modern schools give us all the technical opportunities to use them for our education. but does this circumstance have negative sides? let's take a little bit more determined look at the problem of computers at school and whether they should or shouldn't be banned.on the one hand, computers at schools are neccecary, that's for sure. informatics' classes, presentations and other aspects of multimedia innovations (not that it counts as innovations currently, but still), electives & other extracurricular things. on the other hand, using school public computersfor your own business, which has nothing to do with school itself, must be limited. first of all, internet access. social networks and most importantly siteswith m-rated content need to be banned at the computers which are used by pupils (same for teachers and administration, but that would be too impertinently for that kind of composition : d). secondly, i see no point of using computers between classes, but that could be okay with teachers permission. not onlycomputers are what we should worry about, though. wi-fi at schools needs to have a password, too. because, well, does sitting on vkontakte while classes help alearning process? i don't think so.in conclusion, i can say that computers have to be at school, but must use only in educational aims.