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How about this for a massive tablet deployment -- the Los Angeles Unified School District has approved a deal to spend a staggering $30 million on iPads for every student in the area.
The Los Angeles Times reports that the district’s board approved the deal in a unanimous vote on Tuesday and says that the district will pay $678 for each iPad, which will come pre-loaded with education software.
These iPads will make their way to all students at 47 campuses in the L.A. Unified School District.
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