If a high schooler in San Antonio skips school for a burger at Bob’s Big Boy, Big Brother just may be watching, the Huffington Post reports. The city’s Northside Independent School District is making waves with its plan to track students using Radio Frequency Identification System tags, reports Daily Tech. In total, over 6,200 students at John Jay High School and Anson Jones Middle School could be tracked through ID cards that they carry to enhance safety, school officials say. The gambit could also bring in much-needed revenue since higher attendance figures will result in more state funding totaling $1.7 million. Some parents in the district expressed privacy concerns over the proposal…

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