FOXBOROUGH (FOX 25 / MyFoxBoston.com) – Changes are coming to the Foxborough school system after it was deemed unconstitutional for faculty to read messages on a student's phone. The Sun Chronicle reports that the student cell phone policy has been changed. In October of 2010, a phone was taken from a student. They were later suspended for two days after school officials deemed a message on the phone "gross insubordination." A second student was also sent home when they wore a T-shirt protesting the first suspension. The ACLU stepped in and came to an agreement with the schools. Phones are allowed in school and can be confiscated, but they have to be turned off by the student Faculty cannot turn it back on or read any information on the phone.
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