San Antonio school district to take back 950 iBooks?
updated 08:40 am EDT, Tue June 8, 2004
by MacNN Staff
A step backwards?
A San Antonio school district today is voting to , after it signed a $2.2 million 4-year contract with Apple last December that offered laptops for the high school's teachers and students, training for staff, and supporting equipment such as printers and projectors. Three of the Board members who voted for the initiative no longer on the Board, and one of the Board members who voted against it, is now vice president of the school board, although district officials, including the Superintendent, haven't been told why.