Recently, Shijiazhuang in Hebei, Handan in Hebei, Fuzhou in Fujian and other places have successively issued the latest notices to strengthen the management of mobile phones for primary and middle school students.
The Paper reporter noted that the Education and Sports Bureau of Liaocheng City, Shandong Province announced the "Notice on Strengthening the Management of Mobile Phones for Primary and Middle School Students" on its official website on March 16.
The above-mentioned notice announced in Liaocheng, Shandong has five points, namely, "prohibition of bringing into the classroom", "refined management measures", "strengthening education guidance", "doing a good job in home-school communication", and "strengthening supervision and inspection."
It is worth noting that Liaocheng made it clear in the "Prohibition of Bringing into Classroom" section: Schools should inform students and parents that in principle, personal mobile phones are not allowed to be brought into campus.
If a student really needs to bring a mobile phone into the campus, he must obtain the consent of the student's parent and submit a written application. After entering the school, the mobile phone shall be handed over to the school for safekeeping.
Personal mobile phones of all faculty, staff and principals are also not allowed to be brought into the classroom.
According to this regulation, not only are students prohibited from bringing mobile phones into the classroom, but also principals and teachers are not allowed to bring mobile phones into the classroom.
The Paper News reporters noticed that documents on strengthening the management of mobile phones for primary and middle school students have been introduced in various places. The background is the "Notice on Strengthening the Management of Primary and Secondary School Students’ Mobile Phones" (Letter from the Education Foundation Office  3 number).
The Ministry of Education’s notice is clear: “Schools should inform students and parents that personal mobile phones are not allowed to be brought into campus in principle. Students who really need to bring mobile phones into campus must obtain the consent of the students’ parents and apply in writing. Mobile phones are kept by the school and are prohibited from being brought into the classroom."
According to this notice, various localities have made corresponding detailed regulations when launching the mobile phone management system for elementary and middle school students.
For example, the “Notice on Strengthening the Management of Primary and Secondary School Students’ Mobile Phones” issued by the Education Bureau of Fuzhou City, Fujian on March 17 stipulates that “schools shall conduct comprehensive research and judgment on the needs of students’ mobile phones brought into campus based on actual conditions. Regulations."
The Paper Journalist Yue Huairang