2011 North Cariboo Christian School in Quesnel, B.C., removed Wi-fi and replaced with hardwired connections to protect children's health.
b. In middle and secondary schools, managed Wi-Fi environments may be in adult workplaces including staff rooms and offices as necessary.
c. Middle schools will have up to 25% coverage of student areas...
2008 Lakehead University, Ontario banned Wi-Fi on campus.
2010 Meaford, Ontario St. Vincent Euphrasia elementary school: Parents voted to turn off Wi-Fi.
2010 Surrey, BC Roots and Wings Montessori Place removed Wi-Fi
Letter written by Kristin Cassie, the Principal :
2005 Salzburg, Austria: Banned Wi-Fi in schools and nursuries.
2006 Frankfurt, Germany: Banned Wi-Fi in public schools.
2006 Prebandal Preparatory School, Chichester, England: Removed Wi-Fi from its campus
2006 Stowe School, Buckinghamshire, England: Removed Wi-Fi from campus.
2006 Ysgol Pantycelyn School, Carmarthenshirem, Wales: Removed Wi-Fi from campus.
2007 Germany’s Federal Government’s national warning: Avoid exposure to radiation emanating from WiFi in cafés, schools, public “hot spots", and private homes. Recommended that people should keep their exposure to radiation from Wi-Fi "as low as possible". http://dipbt.bundestag.de/dip21/btd/16/061/1606117.pdf
2007 Bavaria, Germany: Recommended no Wi-Fi in schools.
2007 Voice (UK Teachers Union): Called for a ban on Wi-Fi in schools.
2008 Ballinderry Primary School, Ireland: Removed Wi-Fi
2008 The European Parliament voted almost unanimously (522 to 16) to urge Cabinet Ministers across Europe to introduce stricter regulations for microwave exposure.
2008-2010 National Library of France and four public libraries in France: Removed Wi-Fi .
2008 Sainte-Geneviève University, Paris: Removed Wi-Fi from library.
2008 USA Progressive Librarians Guild: Recommended no wireless technology in libraries & schools
2008 DfES UK: placed the responsibility on individual schools to decide whether to install Wi- Fi technology.
2009 Hérouville Saint-Clair, France: Banned Wi-Fi in public schools.
2010 Switzerland: Swiss Government and Swisscom, its largest telcom provider, offered fibre-optic wiring to schools for free for conversion from Wi-Fi to hardwiring networks.
2010 New Zealand: decision to install wifi rested with the individual school principal and school board.
Original Text in Hebrew: http://tinyurl.com/64ptqvj
2010 Parliament of HESSE (Germany) Ruling:
"88% Wired Internet Access... To reduce the exposure to electrosmog but also to provide the computers with faster access to the school network, a wired connection should be given preference wherever possible. For this, however, school authorities need to lay the necessary groundwork. Classrooms must be fitted with many, easily accessible network ports. Desks must be arranged in such a way that cluttered network cables do not pose a risk to students."