L.A. may slow full implementation of iPad program

10/16/2013 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

Los Angeles Superintendent John Deasy announced a plan Tuesday to slow down the rollout of a one-to-one iPad program following reports that students had hacked into the devices. The revised plan calls for extending the timeline by one year -- distributing all tablets by next fall -- and follows criticism that the district has done too much, too fast.

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