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SEC investigates LAUSD's controversial iPad program

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A Los Angeles Unified task force will recommend a new technology plan after the run of problems that plagued the school district's iPad program.
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A Los Angeles Unified task force will recommend a new technology plan after the run of problems that plagued the school district's iPad program.

The Securities and Exchange Commission has begun an informal investigation into LAUSD's controversial and now-deserted $1.3 billion iPad program.

The Securities and Exchange Commission has begun an informal investigation into the Los Angeles Unified School District's controversial and now-deserted $1.3 billion iPad program.

LAUSD sold bonds to pay for the tablets, and now the SEC wants to know whether the district properly disclosed to investors how the bonds would be used.

Southern California Public Radio's education reporter Annie Gilbertson has the story and she spoke with Take Two.

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