In her morning roundup, Politico's Libby Nelson notes that it was a very bad week for tablets in schools, what with the suspension of the Amplify program in Guilford NC and snafus in LA.
Writes Nelson: "A district in Corvallis, Ore., said it's learning from LA's experience and put its own iPad program on hold. And so did a district in Texas."
Meanwhile, students in Indiana have also hacked their tablets. Roughly 300 were stolen from a school in Chicago.
These could be isolated examples, or early glitches, or signs of bigger problems. Any other implementations going well (or poorly)? They're definitely using tablets in Chicago but I haven't heard any big problems (or praise) besides a recent theft. Image via Amplify.