Schools To Track Truant Children Using GPS

Oh, the irony.  After the events in Wisconsin I wasn’t under the impression that showing up for school was all that important.   I wonder if it works locating absentee teachers and Democratic lawmakers?

Two Anaheim schools have become the first in California to adopt GPS tracking to prevent students from cutting class.

Students with at least four unexcused absences will be given a handheld device with a GPS signal to verify their location, which officials hope will cut down on truancies.

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