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LAUSD iPad settlement now coming out of Pearson’s pocket

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| The $6.4 million settlement over Los Angeles Unified's botched iPad software is now coming from Pearson, not Apple and Lenovo as had been previously announced.

$6.4 million settlement proposed with Apple, Lenovo for faulty LAUSD iPad software

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The settlement, subject to Los Angeles Unified school board approval, would resolve numerous issues with the software on tablets purchased by Apple and Lenovo.

LAUSD in settlement talks with Apple, Pearson

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A settlement would resolve Los Angeles Unified's dispute with Apple and Pearson over faulty software installed on its iPads.

LAUSD reports few problems as data system handles first day of school

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The Los Angeles Unified officials report no major problems as the student data system's handles first-day traffic.

Back to school to test readiness of LAUSD data system

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As students return to class Tuesday, Los Angeles Unified district officials express confidence in the MiSiS data system that last year created havoc for many pupils.

Public release of Common Core test scores pushed to September

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The public will find out how California public school students fared in the new online exams aligned to the Common Core later than first anticipated.

Update: LAUSD summer grades issue now fixed in faulty data system

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School administrators had said grades for those in summer school couldn't be retrieved from L.A. Unified's data system. The district says the problem is now fixed.

3D printers help Pasadena schools up their learning game

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A private donation to Pasadena Unified School District opened the way for its schools to use the printers to teach art, math, science and more.