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L.A. Unified says it believes Deasy acted ethically on iPads
L.A. Unified says it believes Deasy acted ethically on iPads

As part of its settlement this week with former schools Supt. John Deasy, the Los Angeles Board of Education declared that it did not believe Deasy had done anything wrong in connection with the project to provide students with iPads, even though the district has an ongoing investigation into the propriety of the bidding process. The unusual provision was one of the more striking elements of a separation agreement released Thursday by the L.A. Unified School District. Under it, Deasy will remain on salary till the end of the year, worth more than $70,000, and he will get extended benefits and a payout for unused vacation days. But this deal also included a carefully negotiated press...

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