Looks like 2/3s of them were taken back and no word on if they will be returned:
They're asking for students to return the 2,100 devices that had been distributed. For the time being, however, only about two-thirds of those iPads have actually been returned to the school, and no one knows if or when the district's iPad program will resume.
Great use of money so far
He'd used it a little in class but said he'd mostly played a soccer game on it at home.
Teachers reported not being able to connect to the Internet in some classrooms.
"It's an astonishing success," Deasy said in an interview Tuesday. "I couldn't be more pleased to get [the iPads] in the hands of students and teachers. The feedback has been extremely positive.
Such a success you're taking them all back?
"This is a civil rights issue," he said. "My goal is to provide youth in poverty with tools that heretofore only rich kids have had. And I'd like to do that as quickly as possible."
Whoa - wait....what?