The bill is aimed at the
The author of the bill, Republican Assemblyman
"It is important that construction bond money be used for school facilities, and not for things like iPads," Hagman said.
Hagman's bill would ban districts from purchasing "instructional materials" with construction bonds, including "textbooks, technology-based materials and other non-facility related items with a short usable life."
Districts should use money allocated from the state for technology and learning materials, not construction bonds, Hagman said.
"That's what they should be buying this stuff with -- not long-term debt money," he said.
Los Angeles Unified Superintendent
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