high school sophomore

high school sophomore

Texas school district's RFID tracking of students goes to court

arstechnica.com
A Texas high school sophomore has filed suit against San Antonio's Northside Independent School District, seeking to block her expulsion for refusing to wear a radio frequency identification badge in school. The girl and her parents are claiming the policy is a violation of her First Amendment rights, citing religious beliefs...
Texas school district's RFID tracking of students goes to court
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Business Lessons From Olympic Innovators

techcrunch.com
Editor’s note: John Greathouse is a general partner at Rincon Venture Partners and has held a number of senior executive positions with successful startups during the past fifteen years, including Computer Motion, Citrix Online and CallWave which collectively created in excess of $350M in shareholder value. You can follow him @johngreathouse. You can also...
Business Lessons From Olympic Innovators
Texas student loses lawsuit over school orders to wear RFID bracelet

This 15-Year-Old Built An App To Help His High School Debate Team. It Could Do Much More Than That

www.fastcompany.com
Tanay Tandon, high school sophomore, put out a Flipboard-like app last week called Clipped. What's it like to be a teen prodigy hacker juggling the demands of high school? Tanay Tandon apologized for not being able to meet in person for our interview. "I don't have a ride," he...
This 15-Year-Old Built An App To Help His High School Debate Team. It Could Do Much More Than That

New Technology Lets Students Cheat More Than Ever

www.businessinsider.com
Heloise Pechan's heart rose when she read the essay one of her students, a seemingly uninterested high school sophomore, had turned in for a class assignment on "To Kill a Mockingbird." The paper was clear, logical and well written -- a sign, she thought, that she had gotten through to...
New Technology Lets Students Cheat More Than Ever
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Court Blocks Suspension Of Student Who Refused To Wear Location-Tracking Chip
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