Tech issues and fishy finances: The week's most read education news
Tech issues plagued education this week as the Los Angeles officials continued to contend with hiccups in its billion-dollar iPad program. A massive Adobe hacking also threatened the data of that company's sizable education consumer base. Luckily, we had a recap of the summer's strangest campus happenings to lighten the mood.
Be sure to check out our features on fishy university finances and how to advance your higher ed career with the rest of this week's top education news!
- The 5 strangest things we saw on university campuses this summer: Do you think your campus is weird? Check out what these schools have had to deal with.
- iPad missteps prompt L.A. school board to schedule special meeting: The review follows a security breach and confusion over parental responsibility for the devices.
- 7 steps for advancing your higher ed career: We asked LinkedIn's Higher Ed Management group for their best advice on getting ahead in higher ed.
- Fishy finances: 5 universities where inappropriate spending became an issue: For these schools, some of the biggest financial threats came from within.
- Use Adobe products? Hackers accessed info on 2.9 million customers: The software giant says it does not think decrypted credit or debit card numbers were taken.
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