As teachers' unions across the country scrutinize the effects of
Wi-Fi in the classroom, an Ontario Catholic teachers' organization has
definitively said schools should practice "prudent avoidance of
exposure" despite the lack of conclusive evidence proving its harm.
Ontario English Catholic Teachers Association may well be the first to
take a firm stance against it with their "better safe than sorry"
approach, outlined in a position paper posted online last week.
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