WARSAW — On Tuesday, March 27, Warsaw Community Schools Chief Technology Officer Brad Hagg attended the 2018 Apple Education event at Lane Tech High School in Chicago. The event, typically held in California, invited approximately 1,000 educators to learn about Apple’s newest advancement in educational iPad’s and related software.
Announcements during the event included news of a new Apple educational iPad offering stylus support; third party development of a stylus similar to the Apple Pencil – the Logitech Crayon and previews of software advancements in iWork and classroom applications.
The presentation was delivered during an hour-long keynote presentation by Tim Cook. Guests were invited to attend breakout sessions following the keynote including a closer look at Apple’s Creative Lab and Coding Lab software. Speakers at the event included numerous Apple employees as well as U.S. politician and environmentalist Al Gore.
“Warsaw Community Schools was honored to be invited to participate in the Apple computer announcement regarding its new educational initiatives and products,” said WCS Superintendent Dr. David Hoffert.
“Under the leadership of Chief Technology Officer Brad Hagg, Warsaw Community Schools has become a regional, state and nationally recognized school system due to innovative educational technology implementation and strong community partnership.”