Newspaper article Manchester Evening News

Tech That

Newspaper article Manchester Evening News

Tech That

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APPLE FOR TEACHER APPLE announced a pair of education projects this week, which underlined its credentials as a company that's prepared to go beyond the normal scope of a phone-maker and use its clout for the common good.

Firstly, it revealed a new Everyone Can Code course, developed by its own engineers and educators and using Apple-built tech like its new coding language Swift. It is aimed at developing the app-makers of the future.

The year-long course is being offered by 70 colleges and universities around Europe, including 16 in the UK.

They are Harlow College, Essex; ACS International School Egham; Essa Academy, Bolton; Highgate School, London; St Andrews Secondary School, Glasgow; Larbert High School, Falkirk; Churchill community College, Newcastle; Bedford Girls School; Birkbeck, University of London; Plymouth University; Aberystwyth University; University of Liverpool; University of Northampton; UTC Watford; London College of Communication; and Apple also revealed this week that it has become the first Laureate partner of the Malala Fund, led by Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Malala Yousafzai, pictured right with Apple CEO Tim Cook. …

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