Los Angeles Unified School District’s bond oversight panel rejected a proposal Thursday by officials to spend an additional $42 million on new computers, including purchases under a controversial and recently suspended contract to put iPads in the hands of every student. The independent School Construction Bond Citizens’ Oversight Committee said the district had not proved it urgently needed the device, the Los Angeles Times reports.
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