Would cutting access to cellphones and social media apps help kids keep their focus at school? A group of Wisconsin schools are about to find out.

FOX's Jeff Monosso reports:

Facebook, Instagram and Twitter? Those and dozens of other social media apps will be blocked at four public schools in Madison, Wisconsin, under a pilot program there that shuts down free Wi-Fi access as part of a test to see whether grades, student behavior and school safety improve with fewer online distractions.

Though parents are now also getting fair warning that if their kids are on limited data plans that their usage and bills are about to go up.

In the Midwest Bureau, Jeff Monosso, FOX News.

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