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"Professional ethics" (Monsieur Connard & the crazy toad)

The use of smart phones at school is in the spotlight these days ... Now, Monsieur Connard is putting his two cents in! (Caricature)

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The use of smart phones at school is in the spotlight these days… Now, Monsieur Connard is putting his two cents in!

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