Apple’s new Education discount is now available to students and teachers in Canada, including Ontario.
The new discount, which is available to teachers at participating schools, is a big deal.
For the first time, students in Ontario are eligible to save up to 25 per cent on their education.
The discounts are good for two years, and can be combined with a standard full-year education, up to a maximum of $10,000.
In Ontario, the discount is worth $25 per child and can apply to a total of up to three students, if they are enrolled in a school with at least 20 enrollees.
The discount will also be available to all students in private and non-profit elementary, secondary and high schools in Ontario.
Apple is also rolling out a new discount for its AppleCare+ membership program, which offers discounted AppleCare membership products and a special discount for students and families with disabilities.
Apple says that if you’re a parent or grandparent with a child who has special needs, you’ll also benefit from the discount.
It will also offer free online courses for students in the United States.
There’s also a new Family Health Program that will give students discounts on a variety of health services, including vaccines, and access to more flexible and convenient plans.
In Canada, the discounts apply to all schools, not just those with more than 100 enrollees, Apple said.
The Apple Education Discount in Canada: The discount applies to all enrollees in Ontario, and students enrolled in an Ontario public or private school.
You can apply online or at participating school offices.
You’ll receive a discount of 25 per Cent on your education, plus an additional 20 per cent for your family member with special needs.
It’s valid from the date of purchase.
This is only valid for Ontario students enrolled at participating Ontario public schools, and only for those enrolled in private schools with at or below 200 enrollees per school.
It applies to students enrolled through the AppleCare+, Apple Education Plus or Apple Education Pro membership program.
It doesn’t apply to children under age 16 in private or non-profits schools.
It also does not apply to students who receive a parent’s or grandchild’s AppleCare credit card, or any other personal credit card issued by Apple.
The offer will be valid from August 31, 2019 to December 31, 2020.
The full list of participating schools can be found at apple.ca/education.
It can be applied for online at appleeducation.ca, or at a participating school.
To apply, fill out a Student Information Form.
It only applies to the first year of a new student’s enrollment.
For those who are not eligible for the discount, they will still be eligible for a full year of the same education.
What you can do to help out: If you’re in the U.S., the Education Department will also help you apply for a discount, and the department has a list of organizations and programs that offer discounted tuition.
For example, if you are enrolled at a private, public or nonprofit school in the Bay Area, the U