Full length articleHigh-school students’ perceptions of the effects of non-academic usage of ICT on their academic achievements
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Highlights•We studied students’ perception of the impact of non-academic ICT use on their scores.•533 high-school students filled out surveys.•A negative correlation between reported NA-ICT use time and reported scores was found.•Most students agreed that there is a negative effect of NA-ICT use on scholastic achievements.•Scores were correlated with the perceived impact of decreased NA-ICT time on scores.

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