Los Angeles Unified School District Supt. John Deasy filed a public records request seeking emails and other documents from school board members as part of the ongoing finger-pointing over the fumbled roll out of a plan to give all LAUSD students iPads, the Los Angeles Times reports. While the district’s inspector general has focused on reviewing communications between Deasy, his top deputy and Apple and educational publisher Pearson, Deasy and his lawyer are now apparently looking for ties between board members and tech companies.
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