Sonny Jennings receives an iPad on Nov. 7 in Stephanie McGurk’s eighth-grade class at the Ocean Charter School in Westchester, Calif., as part of a $ billion program to provide the devices to all students in Los Angeles public schools. Los Angeles Times/Mark Boster
Posted: Tuesday, February 4, 2014 10:00 pm
Santa Fe Public Schools is considering a plan to bypass voters and use its authority under a state constitutional amendment to impose a property tax that would raise $55 million for technology upgrades.
The money would be used for infrastructure and to give every one of the district’s 14,000 students a laptop, iPad or tablet — despite problems with similar initiatives at districts across the nation.
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Tuesday, February 4, 2014 10:00 pm.