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Apple strengthens its classroom presence with Everyone Can Create curriculum, Schoolwork app

long with the new iPad with Apple Pencil support (see page 37) that’s getting all of the attention, Apple used its recent education event in Chicago to unveil a host of new tools to allow teachers and students to make

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