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L.A. school district will double staff helping with iPad rollout
L.A. school district will double staff helping with iPad rollout

In response to problems with providing iPads to all students, teachers and campus administrators, the Los Angeles school system will double the number of people who will help with technical and instructional issues. Getting such aid to L.A. Unified schools and teachers was one key recommendation from a critical evaluation of the district's $1.3-billion technology program. The technical assistance this year will involve about 120 employees at a cost of about $3.9 million to the general fund and about $5.3 million charged to school construction bonds. The report, released Wednesday, found that the speed and size of the district’s effort created serious, widespread...

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