Cleveland Public Schools are requiring their 40,000 middle and high school students to wear identification cards in school starting in January.

The card not only will be used as a photo ID but also will be swiped in the cafeteria to track food choices.

The district initially is spending $234,000 for the ID system, most of that on one-time costs such as photo identification cameras, card generators, and printers. Each school building will have its own equipment to make the ID cards.

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