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EVERY South Australian child will be tracked by the Education Department from birth until the age of eight using a data-sharing system to identify children in need and improve their development.
Individual children will be tracked by collating information from peri-natal statistics, emergency department records, school census data and dental and child health records.
The data will be used to compare how characteristics such as low birth weight, having a disability, growing up in a single-parent household or a low-income household, or using particular drugs, affects a child's education a
Originally posted by NuclearPaul
61.65% say yes now.
It's easy to see how they're buttering people up for the chip. The headline of today's paper was "Barcode Babies".
I think there will be some protest over this.
[edit on 10/6/10 by NuclearPaul]