Monday, December 23, 2013

Los Angeles Officials Reduce Number Of iPads Requested For Testing.

The Los Angeles Times (12/20, Blume) reports that officials in the Los Angeles USD “have sharply reduced the number of iPads they say are needed to carry out new state standardized tests,” noting that despite the $25 million in savings from the move, “examination of the testing plan has raised more questions about the $1-billion effort to provide the devices to every student, teacher and school administrator in the nation’s second-largest school system.”

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