With the increase in mobile held use, The state of New York has passed legislation which bans the use of all cell phones and tablet use during the school hours of the public school system. The students can even bring them inside the buildings. Student's still rely on the technology after school for safety and communication purposes, so it is impractical to leave these devices at home. So where do they safely store them?
This sprung an entrepreneur to create Pure Loyalty. Pure Loyalty sets up specially designed buses in front of the schools, and for $1 a day a student can safely house their mobile device during the school hours. Once school is out the bus in waiting for the student to pick up the device.
It seems that now kids of all ages have their own cellphones and tablets. Do you see in the future more school systems banning the use of these technologies during school hours? What ways could the school systems that impose this rule effectively enforce it without the students needing to leave the phones at home?