Why Are 651,000 LA Students Getting iPads?

April 1 (Bloomberg) –- It's called the Common Core Technology Project, a publicly funded plan to give every public school student in Los Angeles -- more than 651,000 students in 900 schools -- an iPad loaded with new digital curriculum. Bloomberg's Willow Bay takes a look at the ambitious, costly, and controversial move to take L.A. high tech. (Source: Bloomberg) (Source: Bloomberg)

Duke Energy CEO Says Strategy Isn't Changing Under Trump
08:48 - Lynn Good, Duke Energy chief executive officer, discusses President Trump's energy plan and the company's strategy with Bloomberg's Alix Steel. (Source: Bloomberg)
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