Wednesday, November 20, 2013

LAUSD's iPads

LA Times:
Contradicting earlier claims, Los Angeles school district officials said Tuesday that their right to use English and math curriculum installed on district iPads expires after three years.

At market rates, buying a new license for the curriculum would cost $50 to $100 each year per iPad, an additional cost that could surpass $60 million annually
Under the current rollout schedule, thousands of students would not receive iPads until late 2015, about six months before the license expires.