Fla. high school uses wristbands to encourage students

11/4/2013 | Tampa Bay Times (St. Petersburg, Fla.)

A top-performing Florida high school is issuing rubber wristbands to students that indicate how they are performing as a way to encourage and motivate them. The bands, which say things such as "on track" and "highly on track," come with perks for high-achievers, including unrestricted library access and discounted prom tickets. Students and educators say the wristbands act as constant reminders to work hard and improve their performance.

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