- The head of the Los Angeles school district has proposed a one-year extension in equipping all 600,000 of the district's students with iPads.
- The request for a delay comes among security and other concerns and would push completion of the program to December 2015.
- The school board is expected to consider the delay at a meeting already called for Oct. 29 to discuss problems with the rollout.
A delay could be the best news yet in Los Angeles' troubled iPad program. The timeline has been cited by insiders as one reason the program has had so many glitches. The cost, of course, is another issue entirely.