Fairfax (VA) Schools will retain the use of surveillance cameras in six school cafeteria pilot sites for at least another year before deciding whether to expand the program district-wide, the school board decided. The cameras were put in a year ago to see if they could be effective in deterring theft that costs the financially strapped district more than a million dollars a year. Fairfax projects a system-wide $176 milllion deficit this school year. The cameras, which cost about $18,000 ...
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