L.A. does not have funding plan for iPads after 3 years

11/6/2013 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

Officials in Los Angeles say they are not yet sure how they will pay for the district's $1 billion iPad initiative after the first three years. At a meeting Tuesday, officials discussed four possible options, including two that would require voters to approve bond measures, one that would take money left over from the school district's capital projects and one that involves setting aside $100 per student from the district's general fund each year. Officials say there are problems associated with all options.

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