France has implemented strict new rules preventing students under the age of 15 from using phones, tablets and smartwatches while at school.
The devices can't be used during classes, at lunchtime and even while students are taking breaks, Business Insider reports.
It'll be up to individual schools to determine whether to extend the ban to students older than 15.
The new law is intended to address concerns that students are becoming too dependent on their phones and similar devices. They're also proven to be a distraction.
"Being open to technologies of the future doesn't mean we have to accept all their uses," said French President Emmanuel Macron, a key backer of the new rules.
Students must now either turn off their phones or place them in a locker during the school day.
Exceptions can be made for students with learning disabilities who rely on the devices to help them learn.