How a US principal’s ‘extreme’ experiment got kids to turn off their phones


It's a rare parent of a teen who doesn't worry about kids' uber-usage of social media. (Dreamstime/TNS)

Diana Smith is growing so concerned about the potential perils of technology on kids' psyches and behaviour that she devised a refreshing solution this summer. 

Call it pay-per-not-view. 

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