Microchip gives staff the lowdown on pupils – Times Online

Ξ October 20th, 2007 | → 0 Comments | ∇ Politics and Society |


Children are being tracked by micro-chips embedded in their uniforms in a trial at a secondary school.

The devices are used to monitor pupils' movements and register their arrival in class on the teacher's computer. Supply teachers can also be alerted if a student is likely to misbehave.

Also see : Pupils face tracking bugs in school blazers

 

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