Charter school is first to use RFID tracking of students

10/24/2003 | Wired magazine

Students at Enterprise Charter School in Buffalo, N.Y., are wearing small plastic cards embedded with radio-frequency identification tags that broadcast an ID number to a reader unit. Principal Gary Stillman hopes the tags, now used to check students in each morning, eventually will be expanded to track such activities as students' library loans, cafeteria purchases and timeliness in getting to every class.

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