Here’s everything Apple announced at its education event today

Apple today held its “field trip” education event in Chicago, unveiling a new iPad with Apple Pencil support, a slew of software features, and much more. While the event wasn’t as jam-packed as usual Apple showcases, there were a few things that may have easily slipped under the radar.

Head below for our full roundup of everything Apple announced today….

The star of the show was, of course, the new 9.7-inch iPad. While it comes in at the same $329 price for consumers and $299 price for schools, it features Apple Pencil support and more. This iPad is the first non-Pro model to feature support for Apple Pencil, while Logitech also unveiled a new Crayon stylus accessory for the device. Logitech also announced a new $99 rugged keyboard case for the new iPad.

In terms of specs, the new iPad features the A10 Fusion chip, which Apple says makes for a 40 percent faster CPU and 50 percent faster graphics performance. It also features stereo speakers.

Furthermore, Apple announced it was discounting the Apple Pencil for education customers from $99 to $89. While not a huge difference, it will definitely make a different for schools buying in bulk.

Educators also now get a discount when buying AppleCare+ for their new iPads, with prices starting at $59 for two years of coverage.

Read more about Apple’s new iPad and iPad accessories below:

In addition to the new iPad hardware, Apple also unveiled new software features for education users. Headlining the announcements today is a new Schoolwork application.

With this application, Apple hopes to create a one-stop solution for teachers in terms of handing out assignments, giving students features, and much more. Apple also touts the privacy of Schoolwork, saying it protects all student data, with only teachers being able to see information.