Apple is being hailed as a giant in education.

The tech giant has become an educational technology giant, which has the potential to transform the way we teach our children and the way that we interact with them, says the head of the Australian Council for Education.

“It’s one of those things where you think that there is going to be some sort of impact on education and then when it comes to some of the other issues that have to do with education, there are still some of those questions left unanswered,” Dr James Allen told news.com,au.

Allen is the director of the Australia Council for Educational Excellence (ACEEE), which supports the Australian Education Union (AEU) and the Australian Institute of Technology (AIT) in supporting education reform.

He is also the chairman of the American Association of Colleges of Education (AACCE), which has been advocating for greater educational freedom.

Dr James Allen says the US has a big opportunity in the US.

When you look at the US as an example, the country has a lot of opportunity in education and the opportunities are there to create opportunities and a lot more to come,” Dr Allen said.

A new report released by the AIT and the AACCE this week shows that Apple has been able to drive education reform in the United States.

Professor David Wasko from the University of New South Wales, who wrote the report, said it showed how technology could transform education.”

The US is a great place to be an Apple employee because they are very tech-savvy and they are quite passionate about their jobs,” he said.”

It allows them to see and learn about different things.

This was the perfect environment for Apple to take a leap of faith and come into a company that was already doing very well.

“In Australia, the ATCE has also supported Apple in the battle for the Government’s education policy.

In 2016, the Coalition introduced the Bill to reform the system of government education funding, which is now set to sunset at the end of this year.

As part of that, the Government announced it would increase the amount that teachers could earn in salary from $23,000 to $40,000.

Apple also backed Labor’s proposal to allow teachers to earn more than $50,000 a year.

Apple CEO Tim Cook has also been critical of the Government and the Opposition.

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[The Government] has got a very big hand in education right now and it’s not just in education but also in other things, like the environment and everything else that affects children and their families,” he told ABC radio.

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