The Anaheim Union High School District really doesn't want students to skip class, so it is doing the only logical thing (sarcasm intended): It's tracking delinquent students with GPS devices, reports Mashable. According to The Orange County Register, the district is the first in California to take part in a six-week pilot program targetting students that frequently ditch school. The hope is that a combination of new-school Big Brother tracking technology and old-school nagging and haranguing will keep kids in the classroom and off the streets where gang susceptibility rises. In practice, it kind of strikes us as creepy. In...

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