Tracking student attendance goes high-tech

02/16/2005 | BBC

Electronic reporting of bullying and text-messaged alerts to parents when their children are truant illustrate how technology can be employed to enhance school discipline. Some wonder, though, whether a California school's use of radio frequency ID tags to monitor students' whereabouts has violated students' dignity and right to privacy.

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