Bill to ban ID chips for students advances in California

06/23/2006 | San Francisco Chronicle

California's Assembly Education Committee on Wednesday approved a bill that would place a three-year ban on the use of radio chips to track student movement or attendance. Although most parents at the hearing favored the technology as way of keeping students safer, bill sponsor Joe Simitian calls it "the educational equivalent of an ankle bracelet."

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