A report released Thursday by the U.S. Education Department showed that Apple is still charging too much for students’ education.
The report said Apple is charging students for the same number of courses as the average U.K. school, but it also said Apple was charging students more than the average amount they pay for public schools in the U, UK and Germany.
The average U to U cost is about $2,700, while the average for students in the UK is $4,400.
The UK, however, charges students more for the equivalent amount of courses.
According to the report, Apple has increased its tuition fees from $2.99 to $6.49 per month in the last year.
The U.k. and Germany have both lowered tuition fees by about 25 percent, according to the UDI report.
The report also said that Apple’s tuition rates were too high for students of color and for students who need to take more than three credit hours to graduate.
“Apple’s tuition fee structure is not competitive in other countries,” the report said.
Apple also said it was “making progress” with its educational program in China.
The U.N. Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization said in a statement that Apple was “a clear sign that it is not committed to improving education for its students.”
Apple has said it will work to improve the way it charges for education and that it will continue to offer students the most value for money.