Honey Grove ISD's Board of Trustees is considering a new policy that would require students to turn their cellphones off during class and meal times. Honey Grove High School Principal Tammy Mariani favors the measure, saying as hard as teachers try to monitor what students are doing, students continue to text and post to social media when they know they shouldn't. Should schools require students to turn off their cellphones?
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This year’s Black Friday was the biggest ever for online sales, as fewer people hit the stores and shoppers rang up $7.4 billion in transactions from their phones, computers and tablets. Small Business Saturday also smashed records with $3.6 billion in online sales, according to Adobe Analytics data released Sunday. Analysts expect Cyber Monday sales to eclipse last year's $7.9 billion record. Which did you prefer — shopping online or in a store?