Costa Rica sets rules for use of cellphones in schools
Costa Rica’s Ministry of Public Education presented the regulations for the use of cellphones for high school students. The country is the first in Latin America to develop such a guide.
The authorities created the guide through a process that involved students, parents, teachers, administrative staff and school directors of Cartago, and two foundations.
“We are aware that our country requires a curricular transformation that encompasses all educational processes and is involved in educating the young,” said Alicia Vargas, Vice Minister of Education.
Source: Tico Times