December 3, 2014 – Professor Adam Winkler was quoted in a KPCC-89.3 FM
story on a federal grand jury investigation into the Los Angeles Unified School District’s handling of its $1.3 billion iPad program.
Federal crackdowns on school districts aren't unprecedented, according to UCLA law professor Adam Winkler. He said it happens most often when school districts engage in activity like corrupt contracting or civil rights violations.
"It’s generally pretty rare for the federal government to crack down on a major school district, especially on such a high profile program like the iPad purchasing program,” Wrinkler said.
Read the article.