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    London Acorn School (2015) ©
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The no-tech school that bans screens

Whether it's watching cartoons on a tablet or gaming on a handheld device, kids are increasingly exposed to technology at a young age. But while some experts note the benefit of tech in education, others say it hinders development, and one London school is banning it outright.

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