Teacher certification: The good and the bad
Apple’s Teach English abroad program is about to take a major step forward.
Apple has officially launched the Teach English overseas program in Hong Kong, bringing the program to a number of countries around the world.
Apple has announced that it will offer the program for both Apple employees and their students in the Hong Kong market.
The program will allow anyone to get certified in Apple English abroad by the end of 2020.
As Apple already has certified over 100,000 people to teach in the U.S. and over 70,000 teachers, this move is expected to bring in a lot of additional talent to the program.
Apple has also partnered with two universities to provide a variety of training and workshops for the program, with Apple’s campus in Cupertino, California, and Stanford University in California.
The program is also being developed by Apple’s teachers in the United States, who have been helping to set up the program since it launched earlier this year.
Apple said that the company has received “over 300,000 requests for the Apple Teaching English abroad Program” and that they are working to meet those needs.
The company also announced that the program will be offered for $10,000 in the form of a paid certification.
With over 100 countries and more than 80,000 Apple employees, the program has a lot to offer.
In addition to the certification, Apple is also offering an iPad training program that allows users to learn how to use the device in a variety in different ways.
Apple also announced the launch of a number new Apple Education offerings for the Teachers of the World, an organization that aims to train more than 500,000 English language teachers across the world by 2020.
The program is part of the Apple Education family of products.
More to come.