What's he eating for lunch? Is she showing up for class? What subjects are they weak in? Software is helping unravel the mystery, reports the Los Angeles Times. It's tough sending the kids back to school--but technology is helping eliminate some of the guesswork about what happens after kids climb onto the bus. Increasingly common web programs let parents track lunch-money spending, school work habits, and tardiness. The programs, from companies such as Pearson School Systems, Aries Technology, and Horizon Software International, are gaining popularity as more parents demand transparency in schools. This year, the Los Angeles Unified School District


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