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Morning Read: LAUSD audit finds computers missing in action

LA School Report | August 28, 2014



LA schools’ audit finds computers stolen, missing, unaccounted for
An audit of the Los Angeles Unified School District’s computer inventory reveals 230 devices worth nearly $200,000 have been stolen or are missing – and school officials can’t account for another 3,105 laptops, desktops and iPads. KPCC


Emails prompt LA schools’ inspector general to reopen iPad probe
The inspector general of the Los Angeles Unified School District is reopening an investigation into the purchase of iPads and Pearson software based on findings in a KPCC investigation into communication between district officials and those companies nearly a year ahead of a public bid. KPCC


Before the MiSiS in Los Angeles Unified, there was ISIS — and a lawsuit
Before this month’s disastrous roll-out of student-tracking software MiSiS, the Los Angeles Unified School District was so dissatisfied with the predecessor program that it sued, saying it had paid the company $12 million “by mistake.” LA Daily News


Truancy package, apprenticeship, epinephrine bills OK’d
In the fast and furious final days of the Legislative session, a package of bills is headed to Gov. Jerry Brown’s desk this week that, if signed as expected, will initiate a systemic effort to increase student attendance by reducing chronic absences. S&I Cabinet Report

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