Apple partnered with a school and a nonprofit to provide the educational institution’s teachers, staff, and students with a number of cutting-edge Apple gadgets.
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Thanks to the new partnership, DCSS (Dougherty County School System) can now launch a new technology program that will benefit children and school staff.
Ed Farm, the nonprofit, will also help Apple and DCSS do this new initiative.
“The initiative will put the district at the forefront of technology by equipping all DCSS students, teachers and staff with Apple products, services and educational support,” the school said through its official blog post.
Apple partners with DCSS
According to the latest report from 9TO5Mac, the new Apple initiative will offer the advanced M1 MacBook Air, iPad and the digital pencil Logitech Crayon.
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Apart from this, the giant iPhone maker’s new partnership with the school will also enable the launch of DoCo Codes, a new program designed specifically for students.
This allows them to prepare for their career with advanced technologies. Chief Inspector Kenneth Dyer explained that their school is not bigoted when it comes to technology.
Dyer added that they actually embrace the rice of different technologies by rewarding and encouraging them.
On the other hand, the school official also thanked Apple and said that the world leader in technological innovation has a great impact on the students, staff and DCSS teachers.
When will DCSS receive Apple products?
The Dougherty County School System has confirmed that beginning in 2023, high school students will receive Logitech’s advanced Apple products and digital pencil. However, the exact distribution date was not mentioned.
DCSS added that once these devices arrive, students will all have equal access to their studies at home and in their classes. Apart from gadgets, Apple will also provide dedicated professional learning resources for DCSS staff and educators.
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