Opinion | This Is Our Chance to Pull Teenagers Out of the Smartphone Trap

Loneliness among students has soared worldwide. It doesn’t have to be like that.

The New York Times

Reasons to read: Globally, teenage loneliness started growing in 2012. The culprit? Likely smartphones. The effects of constant phone and social media access are not just detrimental to individuals, but to entire groups and communities. One promising step forward is to entirely omit cellphones from the school day.

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