- Providing iPads to Los Angeles students will cost $770 per tablet, new budget figures show — about $100 more apiece than first thought.
- There is the potential for a lower price, but the district would have to buy nearly 520,000 iPads before that price kicks in.
- The district did not say how much the discounted price would be.
The newly disclosed cost comes just before a public meeting on the $1 billion project. The meeting will also discuss progress in getting schools ready for the iPads. Already, the head of the school system has proposed a one-year extension on rolling out the tablets to all of the district's students.