Hawaiian school cafeterias switch to debit cards

12/27/2005 | Honolulu Advertiser, The

More schools in Hawaii are using electronic meal-tracking systems that use methods such as deducting the price of a meal from students' ID cards. Such systems are seen as having numerous benefits, from alleviating the burden of counting cash to helping students on free or reduced-priced lunch plans remain anonymous.

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