Some schools replace physical IDs with biometric scans

07/15/2013 | CNNMoney

A growing number of schools -- at all levels -- are replacing traditional identification cards with iris scanners, in which students use their eyes to access their data. In some cases, schools are installing the technology on school buses. Some critics, however, question whether the technology is putting students' data at risk.

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