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The L.A. Unified School Board is voting today on whether to buy more iPads. Superintendent John Deasy is asking for 96,000 new tablets for students and teachers. But with all the controversy that has so far surrounded the iPad program, debate is likely to be robust.

The L.A. Unified School Board is voting today on whether to buy more iPads.

Superintendent John Deasy is asking for 96,000 new tablets for students and teachers. But with all the controversy that has so far surrounded the iPad program, debate is likely to be robust.

For more on the program, we're joined now by KPCC's education reporter Annie Gilbertson.

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