Calif. District Monitors Problem Students With GPS Devices
ANAHEIM, Calif. — The Anaheim Union High School District has implemented a GPS program in which problem students are issued a GPS device and required to check in through out the day. Currently, 75 students from the seventh and eighth grade are enrolled in the program.
Students who are issued a GPS device must check in five times per day: when they leave their house in the morning, when they arrive at school, at lunch, when they leave school, and at 8 p.m. each day, Geek with Laptop reports. Students also receive a wake up phone call each school day and three calls per week from a coach who monitors their progress.
Miller Sylvan, regional director for AIM Truancy Solutions, tells the news source that the program is not intended as a punishment, but as a way to help troubled students develop better habits.
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