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Apple donated iPads to students and Macs to school teachers in Wilder District.
This stopover was part of Ivanka Trump's tour as part of her work at the National Council for the American Worker.
She tweeted about her visit Tuesday earlier, pointing out that Apple's donations were part of an effort to encourage education in schools focused on hand improvement. d & # 39; work.
By visiting the Wilder School District today with Tim Cook, you will learn directly how they are preparing the future American workforce by using: @Apple technology to transform the learning environment and personalize students' educational experiences according to their needs and strengths!
– Ivanka Trump (@IvankaTrump) November 27, 2018
Lindsay Walters, White House spokeswoman, said last July, Apple signed the government's commitment to US workers, "pledging to train an additional 10,000 people as part of their courses with community colleges in the United States ".
"This visit reaffirms the Administration's commitment to STEM and CS education as a means of ensuring that our future workforce is endowed with the skills and competencies it needs to be able to do so." knowledge needed to succeed in our increasingly digital economy, "she added.
Apple did not immediately respond to The Hill's request for comment on the visit.