Question of the Day: Should schools require students to lock away their phones during the day?

Hundreds of schools across the nation are trying to come up with ways to keep children off their cell phones and learning during school hours.

But many say they've found a solution. Nearly 600 schools, including San Lorenzo High School, are now using pouches to lock up students phones. Here’s how it works: Students' phones are put into a soft pouch, and locked with a snap that works like the security tags you find on clothing at department stores.

Many teachers say it’s paying off and they’ve noticed their students are more engaged.