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Raising Student Achievement.
Using federal funds for Apple

education solutions.
Preparing Today’s Students for Tomorrow
Helping every student succeed can be a challenge. Today’s classroom must employ
innovative tools to help build valuable skills while meeting rigorous academic
standards. Apple’s wide array of solutions for creating a modern and flexible learning
environment—including powerful computers and mobile devices, creative software and
apps, digital content, and professional development courses—combined with federal
government funding for technology and professional services, enables you to meet

the challenge. Let Apple help you maximize the funds available to support your goals.
Learning Solutions
• Apple Learning Labs give schools an affordable and convenient way to share notebook
computers and mobile devices among multiple classrooms.
• Mac OS X and iOS provide built-in accessibility and multilingual features to meet the
needs of diverse learners.
• iPad and iPod touch devices provide a flexible way to teach and reinforce student skills
through multidimensional and personalized learning.
• iTunes U contains thousands of learning objects and digital content to address and
enrich your curricular needs.
• Apple Authorized Training Centers for Education help schools create a bridge between
students and real-world job opportunities with career certification.
• Mac labs for career tech prep empower students as content creators and promote
workforce readiness.
Teaching Resources
• Apple offers industry-leading professional development—from skills training and
technology integration to leadership mentoring.
• Apple Authorized Training Centers for Education train digital media instructors in the
latest Apple professional applications.
• iTunes U contains a wide variety of free professional development resources from
leading institutions.
• The Challenge Based Learning framework provides an authentic learning process that
challenges students to make a difference.
IT Solutions and Services
• Apple Remote Desktop enables desktop monitoring of assets, software distribution,
remote assistance, and more.
• Podcast Producer offers an end-to-end solution for the creation, production, and
distribution of podcasts and other media presentations.
• Mobile Access Server enables secure access to firewall-protected services from Mac OS X
or iOS devices.
• Wiki Server offers teachers and students an easy way to collaborate and communicate
through their own wiki-powered intranet website.
“Our district’s Career Technical and
Adult Education Department had the
vision to allocate Carl Perkins funds
to help build our Apple Authorized
Training Center, which gives my
students real, long-term career
opportunities.”
Ross Kallen, Digital Media Advisor,
Rancho Bernardo High School, California
Apple Education Solutions Quick Reference Guide
Examples of Apple solutions aligned with federal funding.
K–12 Focus Areas
Learning Solutions*
Teaching Resources
IT Solutions

and Services
Reading and Writing
Math and Science
English Language
Learners (ELL)
Career and Technical
Education
Special Education
Professional

Development
Infrastructure
Apple MacBook
Learning Lab
Apple iPad Learning

Lab
Apple iPod Learning
Lab
iOS language arts apps
iTunes U digital

content
Apple MacBook
Learning Lab
Apple iPad Learning

Lab
Apple iPod Learning
Lab
iOS math and science
apps
Mac OS X with
Calculator, Grapher,

and professional

programming tools
iTunes U digital

content
Mac OS X and iOS with
built-in multilingual
features
Apple iPad Learning

Lab
Apple iPod Learning
Lab
iOS language learning
apps
iTunes U digital

content
Apple Authorized
Training Center for
Education
Mac labs for career

tech prep (video,

photography, music,
and audio)
Apple professional

creative software for
photography, video,
and audio
Mac OS X and iOS with
built-in accessibility
features
Apple MacBook
Learning Lab
Apple iPad Learning

Lab
Apple iPod Learning
Lab
iOS special education
apps
Apple Professional
Development work
-
shops and consulting
services
Apple Authorized
Training Center for
Education
iTunes U digital

content
Apple Remote Desktop
Mac mini server
Podcast Producer
Mobile Access Server
Wiki Server
K–12 Federal Funding
Primary Sources
Title I-A
Assistance for
Disadvantaged

Students
Title I-B
Reading First
Title I-A
Assistance for
Disadvantaged

Students
Title II-B
Math and Science
Partnerships
Title III
English Language
Acquisition
Perkins Act
Career and Technical
Education
IDEA
Individuals with
Disabilities Education
Title II-A
Teacher Quality
Improvement
Title II-D
School Technology
Assistance
E-Rate Program
Networking
Infrastructure,
Telecommunications
Services, and Internet
Access Discounts
Secondary Sources
Title II-A
Teacher Quality
Improvement
Title III
English Language
Acquisition
Title II-A
Teacher Quality
Improvement
Title III
English Language
Acquisition
Title I-A
Assistance for
Disadvantaged

Students
Title I-B
Reading First
Title II-A
Teacher Quality
Improvement
Title II-B
Math and Science
Partnerships
Title I-A
Assistance for
Disadvantaged

Students
Title I-A
Assistance for
Disadvantaged

Students
Title I-B
Reading First
Title II-B
Math and Science
Partnerships
*Please note that schools and districts may purchase Apple desktops and notebooks with funds from virtually any K–12 program (excluding the E-Rate program) so long as the purchase meets the specific
needs and requirements of that program.

Apple offers this information on federal funds for your consideration, but final determination of funding eligibility for a particular purchase is solely the responsibility of the purchaser. This list of funding
sources represents a sample of federal programs available and is not a definitive list of grants available for purchasing technology. Federal funds are available to qualified U.S. education institutions only, and
federal grant eligibility is ultimately decided by the federal government. Mention of third-party products is for informational purposes only and constitutes neither an endorsement nor a recommendation.
Apple assumes no responsibility with regard to the selection, performance, or use of these vendors or products. Products are subject to discontinuation without notice.
© 2011 Apple Inc. All rights reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPad, iPod, iPod touch, Mac, Mac OS, and MacBook are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries. Apple Remote Desktop
and iTunes U are trademarks of Apple Inc. Other product and company names mentioned herein may be trademarks of their respective companies. April 2011 L329297E
To learn more about Apple education solutions that may be eligible for purchase with

federal funding, visit www.apple.com/education. Or call 800-800-2775 to speak with an
Apple education representative.