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Apple Inc. (Apple) designs, manufactures, and markets personal computers, mobile communication devices, and portable digital music and video players, and sells a variety of related software, services, peripherals, and networking solutions. The Company sel
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Apple - Apple 1 to 1 Learning Solutions - A successful start in Illinois.
In deciding which technology platform to use, we selected Apple, not only for the terrific hardware and software, but for its compatibility with the PC environment that already existed in our district. -- Dr. Lynne Rauch, Superintendent, School District 54, Schaumburg, Illinois
AeANET : AeA 21st Century Learning Environment Symposium
Event panelists Dr. Lynne Rauch, Director of Strategic Initiatives, Apple Inc; Dr. Randy Gunter, CEO, 21st Century Learning Solutions; and Mr. Anthony Salcito, General Manager of Education US, Microsoft Corporation (L-R)
Students from a Lincoln Magnet School utilizing a 21st century curriculum with Dr. Lynne Rauch, Apple
AeANET : TechAmerica Monthly News, February 2009
Dr. Lynne Rauch, Director of Strategic Initiatives, Apple Inc.
Lynne Rauch, former Superintendent of the Schaumburg, Illinois School System, provided a dynamic and enlightening presentation on one-to-one computing to a full house of attendees.Now Apple Computer's National Strategic Initiatives Director, Lynne discussed the challenges that schools face today-among them are: districts have more requirements and fewer resources and need to move from being industrial to digital.With 1:1 Computing (a laptop for every student), students have 24/7 access, constant connections, improved communication, and improved learning.She went on to say that with 1:1 computing, students earned higher achievement scores, expanded technical skills, better critical thinking skills, and developed 21st century skills.In her closing message, Lynne stressed that districts should "start young," put the iBooks in the hands of the young children, grades 4-8 when implementing 1:1 computing.
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Dr. Lynne Rauch - VP of Strategic Initiatives, Apple Computer