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  1. Apple’s free Schoolwork app now available for teachers

    Millions of teachers around the world choose iPad as the best tool to help personalize learning and inspire creativity…

  2. Apple’s iPad vs. Google’s Chromebook: Which is the real apple for the teacher?

    For a company that was once synonymous with education, Apple has lost a lot of ground…

  3. Gizmodo reviews Apple’s new $329 iPad: Likely all the iPad you need

    It’s rare for Apple to make a reasonably priced product that is also excellent…

  4. Compared: 2018 iPad versus the Acer Chromebook 11 in the school

    Apple’s new iPad is billed as, among other things, an attempt to recapture some share of the education market…

  5. Reuters reviews Apple’s new 6th-gen iPad: The tablet to buy

    Apple’s 6th-generation iPad isn’t only meant for students and teachers….

  6. Apple’s new low-cost iPad absolutely destroys Chromebooks in performance

    On March 27, Apple announced an updated version of its low-cost 9.7-inch iPad…

  7. The Verge reviews new entry-level iPad: Apple’s bare minimum still beats everybody else

    There isn’t a single viable competitor to the iPad…

  8. Despite an updated iPad and new education initiatives, Apple is still blowing it in schools

    Apple is throwing away an opportunity here with the iPad in schools…

  9. VentureBeat reviews Apple’s new 9.7-inch iPad: ‘OK for schools, great for everyone else’

    Apple’s new iPad is a highly competent tablet for the $329 asking price…

  10. Chromebooks still beat Apple’s iPad is one crucial way

    Earlier this week we saw Apple CEO Tim Cook take the stage with a sales pitch designed to convince schools…

  11. Apple’s new iPad can only be good news

    This Tuesday in Chicago, Apple unveiled its new, most inexpensive iPad model…

  12. Apple’s education strategy is not based on reality

    On Tuesday, Apple laid out its clearest vision of their education strategy to date…

  13. Apple’s iPads are for the U.S. public schools we want, Google Chromebooks are for the ones we’re stuck with

    Apple wants to promote a vision of engaged, creative education in American schools. Good luck with that…

  14. Why Human Resources needs to look at Apple’s Schoolwork app

    Apple introduced its Schoolwork app for teachers and students at its Field Trip event in Chicago…

  15. Apple banks on creative learning to convince schools that iPads are better than Chromebooks

    Apple has a Google problem — in education, that is. Google has won over a large portion of the education market in the US…

  16. New iPad’s enemy isn’t just Chromebooks, it’s the U.S. public education system

    America has been prioritizing testing over creative solutions for learning…

  17. Trump administration tapping tech CEOs for STEM policy approach: Apple CEO Tim Cook and Laurene Powell Jobs among those consulted

    White House officials including Ivanka Trump have begun an outreach campaign to major technology, business and education leaders including Laurene Powell Jobs and Apple’s Tim Cook…

  18. President Trump calls for ‘sweeping transformation of the federal government’s technology’

    President Donald Trump’s comments officially concluded the inaugural meeting of the White House’s American Technology Council…

  19. Apple CEO Cook to President Trump: The U.S. should have the most modern government in the world; coding should be a requirement in every public school

    Yesterday, Tim Cook was among the tech executives that sat down with President Donald Trump…

  20. How Laurene Powell Jobs plans to reinvent U.S. education

    Laurene Powell Jobs is using the vast fortune left to her by her husband, late Apple founder and CEO Steve Jobs…

  21. Laurene Powell Jobs funds buyout of News Corp’s Amplify education company

    Laurene Powell Jobs, widow of Apple Inc. co-founder Steve Jobs, is the lead investor who funded the buyout of News Corp’s…

  22. Laurene Powell Jobs aligns against teachers unions; backs education reform, charter schools, vouchers

    Contributions from investors, philanthropists and Silicon Valley executives, including Laurene Powell Jobs, widow of Apple founder Steve Jobs…

  23. Steve Jobs: America’s schools are dying

    He was a college drop-out and at least a bit of a rabble-rouser during his own school days…

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