Peter Reiher

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Adjunct Professor in the Department of Computer Science at the University of California, Los Angeles

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All students at LA Unified  will be issued iPads  under a program estimated to cost a billion dollars. But it turns out there's a hitch.

If You Give Kids iPads, Can You Keep Them off the Web?

All students at LA Unified will be issued iPads under a program estimated to cost a billion dollars. But it turns out there's a hitch.

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