L.A. schools consider purchasing wireless keyboards for iPads

09/5/2013 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

As Los Angeles launches a $1 billion iPad rollout to schools, officials say they may need to spend an additional $38 million to provide wireless keyboards for the devices. The keyboards, officials say, were recommended for students using the devices to take new computerized tests aligned with the common core and also to help older students write research papers and complete other assignments that would require a lot of typing.

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