California School Ends Student Tracking

SUTTER, Calif.

The requirement for students at one Northern California school to wear electronic badges has been lifted. Students had been required to participate in the testing of a program that would track their location and attendance through electronic badges, a program started just last month at Brittan Elementary, according to KMGH-TV.

Parents had protested the requirement saying children should have the option to not participate because the tracking violated their right to privacy.

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