By Alex Dobuzinskis LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - The Los Angeles school board, in the middle of a troubled $1 billion plan to equip each student with an iPad, has voted to try laptops at some high schools before deciding whether to give all its 650,000 pupils a tablet. The Los Angeles Unified School District technology rollout is the largest of its kind for any U.S. public education system. The landmark project ran into problems at the start of this school year when about 300 high school students among an initial 25,000 pupils to get the iPad bypassed its security protocols to access social networking and other websites blocked to them. As a result of that breach, Superintendent John Deasy has temporarily forbidden students from taking the iPads home.
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