Lamawr Palmer, 31, was charged with one felony count of theft of school property, according to a statement from Riverside police.
Someone smashed out windows at Charles Hughes Elementary School, 4247 W. 15th St., around 1 a.m. Monday, and stole 123 iPads valued at approximately $70,000.
A year after the Chicago Board of Education voted to close 50 public schools, the Chicago Teachers Union accused the district of breaking promises to use the money saved by the closures to make improvements at so-called welcoming schools.
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Authorities allege Stephen Gunn stole about 1,700 products worth more than $1 million, including several hundred iPhones, iPads, Blackberrys, and Motorola phones.
The iPad Minis, which were purchased for use by low-income students, were stored in the district’s server room.
Deion Dillard, 18, of the 2700 block of the South Dearborn Street, was charged with felon burglary, marking the eleventh person charged in the theft at Drake Elementary School.
Two people have been charged with stealing hundreds of laptops and tablets from a Bronzeville school last week, authorities said on Tuesday.
There are more than 28,000 iPads being used in Chicago Public Schools, and some of the students who use them each day are as young as three years old. Is all that screen time good for toddlers, and their little hands? CBS 2’s Chris Martinez went to a Chicago classroom to find out.
The Bears are one of many NFL teams who have put their playbook and film on an easy-to-carry iPad this season.
Officially, police say a preliminary report shows 60 iPads, 11 Apple laptops and 10 GPS devices were stolen from the store at an estimated value of $42,000.
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Friday night’s Westmont High School halftime show will be anything but normal. Cheerleaders will raise money to provide iPads equipped with special apps to help special-needs children nationwide learn.
Chicago-based United Airlines has begun replacing paper flight manuals used by pilots with with 11,000 iPads.