Software tracks Australian students

10/23/2006 | Sydney Morning Herald (Australia), The

Some Australian schools in New South Wales are using software to monitor student attendance in field trips, sports and classes, as well as their arrivals and departures from campus. One high school principal credits the technology with improving student attendance, because, he says, his staff is now aware of student absenteeism much more quickly.

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