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The ubiquity of digital technologyin all realms of life isn’t goingaway, but if students don’t learnhow to shut out distractions,research shows they’ll have amuch harder time succeeding inalmost every area.—Katrina Schwartz
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The ubiquity of digital technology in all realms of life isn’t going away, but if students don’t learn how to shut out distractions, research shows they’ll have a much harder time succeeding in almost every area. —Katrina Schwartz

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