iPad Rollout in LA Schools Marred by Chaos

According to this article from the LA Times.  From the piece:

“Teachers reported not being able to connect to the Internet in some classrooms. Students bypassed security measures and surfed prohibited websites. Parents aren’t sure if they’re liable if the $678 tablets get lost or break. District directives have been misinterpreted.”

The latest: Students from three high schools — Angelou, Roosevelt and Westchester — have been told to surrender their iPads until further notice. Students elsewhere aren’t being allowed to take them home.

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