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Here where I live a both a middle & high school tried Kindle tablets a few years ago to lessen the amount of books the kids would need to carry. While it achieved that goal it still didn't fly as the teachers were to limited on what they could use for content.
 
Now that was over 5 years ago so things have changed so it might be worth trying again. But I think using a phone would not be very useful and from a teachers perspective in the classroom it would be hard to tell what you were doing. Using a digital paper tablet I think might go a long way here as it would have a long battery life, a large screen so you would be able to see the content clearly and the most important part cheap!
 
While these tablets do have WiFi I don't think that would be an issue as the apps and content within the Kindle could be controlled via software. Remember a phone or tablet needs some means of communication to update and maintain. If you force people to use a wired connection you then force them to use a computer which might not be available where they live.
 
In todays world many kids have cellphones so they can keep in contact with theytheir families. Yes, they can be abused too! So far I don't know of many schools which put a full ban on them. Instead they force the kids to leave them in their lockers (not in class). It has nothing to do with Bluetooth or WiFi just the distraction factor. Basically if you only had cellular service it would be a problem stillproblem.
In todays world many kids have cellphones so they can keep in contact with theytheir families. Yes, they can be abused too! So far I don't know of many schools which put a full ban on them. Instead they force the kids to leave them in their lockers (not in class). It has nothing to do with Bluetooth or WiFi just the distraction factor. Basically if you only had cellular service it would be a problem stillproblem.
 
I would focus on a tablet concept and look at how you could control all of the methodmethods of communication the device offers. Don't look at a hardware solution unless its some sort of lock & key solution to enable/disable Bluetooth, WiFi & Cellular services.
I would focus on a tablet concept and look at how you could control all of the methodmethods of communication the device offers. Don't look at a hardware solution unless its some sort of lock & key solution to enable/disable Bluetooth, WiFi & Cellular services.

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Here where I live a both a middle & high school tried Kindle tablets a few years ago to lessen the amount of books the kids would need to carry. While it achieved that goal it still didn't fly as the teachers were to limited on what they could use for content.

Now that was over 5 years ago so things have changed so it might be worth trying again. But I think using a phone would not be very useful and from a teachers perspective in the classroom it would be hard to tell what you were doing. Using a digital paper tablet I think might go a long way here as it would have a long battery life, a large screen so you would be able to see the content clearly and the most important part cheap!

While these tablets do have WiFi I don't think that would be an issue as the apps and content within the Kindle could be controlled via software. Remember a phone or tablet needs some means of communication to update and maintain. If you force people to use a wired connection you then force them to use a computer which might not be available where they live.

In todays world many kids have cellphones so they can keep in contact with they families. Yes, they can be abused too! So far I don't know of many schools which put a full ban on them. Instead they force the kids to leave them in their lockers (not in class). It has nothing to do with Bluetooth or WiFi just the distraction factor. Basically if you only had cellular service it would be a problem still.

I would focus on a tablet concept and look at how you could control all of the method of communication the device offers. Don't look at a hardware solution unless its some sort of lock & key solution to enable/disable Bluetooth, WiFi & Cellular services.

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