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Is there a reason to worry about wireless technology in schools?

Health Canada insists there is not, but that hasn’t quelled the debate.

A number of media reports have suggested that Wi-Fi could be associated with a variety of health concerns. 431 more words

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Parents say rules that banish them from B.C. schools are unfair

A law that allow principals to bar certain parents from schools is expected to be discussed again this weekend by delegates to the B.C. Confederation of Parent Advisory Councils… 266 more words

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B.C. parents to discuss WiFi, private school funding and playground equipment (UPDATED)

Concerns about wireless technology and public funding for independent schools are among issues to be discussed this weekend at the annual general meeting of the… 364 more words

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B.C. teachers take small step in wi-fi debate

Four resolutions to limit wi-fi in schools sparked a debate on Twitter before the issue hit the floor of the B.C. Teachers’ Federation (BCTF) annual general meeting this week. 315 more words

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Wi-Fi safe for schools: Industry Canada study

A call by the B.C. Confederation of Parent Advisory Councils (BCCPAC) for schools free of wireless technology has prompted a lot of discussion this week. 372 more words

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