Schools Banning iPods to Beat CheatersApril 27, 2007 By REBECCA BOONE, Associated Press Writer in Technology / Consumer & Gadgets
(AP) -- Banning baseball caps during tests was obvious - students were writing the answers under the brim. Then, schools started banning cell phones, realizing students could text message the answers to each other. Now, schools across the country are targeting digital media players as a potential cheating device.
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