Calif. school district, parents to test tracking students

05/22/2013 | T.H.E. Journal

A Northern California school district will begin testing a program that uses GPS and radio frequency identification to track the location of students during morning arrivals and afternoon departures. The system, StudentConnect, uses RFID tags attached to each child to transmit a signal to an RFID reader on the school bus, and the system sends text message alerts to parents.

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