The National Education Association (NEA) has launched a $1 million campaign to improve the performance of schools and students in the digital space.
The NEA has set up a partnership with Apple to give students access to a “digital toolkit” that can help teachers prepare for the challenges of the 21st century.
The partnership includes a digital curriculum, an Apple-designed iPad, and the app, The STEM Starter Kit, which will teach students about the digital world and the challenges that educators face when they try to meet the challenges teachers face in the real world.
The app will be available on iOS and Android platforms starting this fall.
The STEM Starter kit will teach the basics of STEM to students from kindergarten through high school, including the basics like what objects are, how to make things, and how to use computers.
The curriculum includes a number of exercises and lessons that will help students improve their comprehension and skills, including creating digital designs for digital projects.
The app also includes an app for teachers to work with students and will help them learn how to develop their digital skills through hands-on projects, videos, and quizzes.
The STEM kit will cost $39.99 when it launches in 2018, and will cost about $35 once the app is launched.
The launch of the app coincides with the launch of Apple’s iBooks for Education program.
The program is available to low-income students across the country who are eligible for free or reduced price textbooks.
The iBooks program is funded by a $50 million grant from the National Science Foundation, with $10 million coming from the federal government.