Morning Read: Calls grow to investigate LAUSD iPad project
LA School Report | August 27, 2014
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Calls grow for wider inquiry into L.A. Unified iPad project
A day after Los Angeles Unified abruptly suspended the contract for its controversial iPad project, there were growing calls for a more thorough investigation into whether the bidding process for the $1-billion program was improperly handled. LA Times
Can Supt. Deasy survive LAUSD’s iPad fiasco?
Commentary: So, remember that $1-billion plan to get iPads for each and every Los Angeles Unified student the district has been working on and steadfastly defending for a couple of years now? LA Times
LAUSD’S John Deasy shoots his iPad out
Commentary: LAUSD Superintendent John Deasy has his own obsession: a billion dollar dream to put a brand-new iPad in the hands of every public school student in Los Angeles. LA Daily News
Counties approve high number of LCAPs
An EdSource survey of a sampling of county offices of education found that they approved nearly all school districts’ inaugural Local Control and Accountability Plans, laying out spending and academic priorities under the state’s new funding formula, by the Aug. 15 initial deadline for the review. EdSource
Mexico’s president thanks California leaders for welcoming immigrants
Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto thanked California’s leaders Tuesday for welcoming immigrants from his country — even those who came illegally — as he capped his first official trip to the United States. LA Times