Imagine a teacher giving a history lesson to sixth-graders as a camera pans the room. On a computer screen miles away, parents watch to see if their kids are paying attention.

"This [will be] a common thing in education. It's going to happen sooner or later," said New Hampshire gubernatorial hopeful Jeff Howard, a Republican.

Howard wants to put cameras in New Hampshire classrooms to allow parents to monitor their children via the internet. He hasn't analyzed the cost statewide, though he has contacted corporations that might be willing

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