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Morning Read: Legal expert says FBI is likely early in iPad probe

LA School Report | December 3, 2014



FBI visits LAUSD headquarters and leaves with iPad documents
Loyola Law School professor and former federal prosecutor Laurie Levenson said seizing of the LAUSD documents signals the FBI is early in its investigation. KPCC


Impact of teacher preparation rules unclear
The Obama administration last week announced draft regulations to evaluate the effectiveness of more than 2,000 teacher preparation programs nationwide, but how exactly they would apply to California is unclear. Ed Source


Schools teach common-core math to two generations
Schools around the country are holding math nights, sending letters home, and posting videos on their websites to teach parents about the Common Core State Standards. Education Week


Parents sue L.A. County over autistic son’s drowning during field trip
The county was sued Tuesday by the parents of a 16-year-old autistic boy who drowned during a field trip in East Los Angeles last year. City News Service


FBI seizes Los Angeles schools’ iPad documents
Ariel Neuman, a former federal prosecutor, said the government is likely investigating possible fraud involving the contracts. Associated Press

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