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PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – One teacher in Spokane, Washington is telling his students to lock up their cell phones.

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Michael Lee teaches photography and decided to get a phone locker cubby as a way to help his students focus.

Students are assigned a locker number, they put the phone inside at the beginning of class and can even charge it at the same time.

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Lee says so far, he’s had no complaints.

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“My overall goal was to give kids and opportunity to engage in what they’re doing,” said Michael Lee. “No one has said to me, ‘Mr. Lee, can I please not lock up my phone?’ They just walk in, lock it up. They get to work, and that’s exactly the intention of it.”

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Lee says when he told parents at an open house, they were all for the idea and now even some of the other teachers are starting to adopt the trend.