Jeff Bezos is the founder and CEO of Amazon.
He also founded the education company Bezos Education.
The Bezos Education Act of 2017 is a major law that will allow private school students to be offered online classes.
It also allows students to attend private schools that offer online courses.
Jeff Bezos, a former New York Times columnist and founder of Amazon, said he plans to take his company’s online education products to a whole new level.
He is expected to make his case for this legislation at the United Nations in September.
He’s a frequent critic of the school lunch programs and his own private schools.
Jeff is a philanthropist and philanthropist.
In 2017, he gave $10 million to the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, a hospital that provides primary care to children with disabilities.
The Children’s Medical Center also has a website that offers educational materials for children with special needs.
Jeff has also donated millions of dollars to charity.
He has been a philanthropic force since his father, Howard Bezos, died in 1995.
He gave $3.5 million to local charities in 2016.
Jeff’s foundation, called Bezos Family Foundation, also donated $3 million to his son’s school, the University of California at Berkeley.
The Washington Post reported that Amazon Education is not the only company that will be able to offer online education.
In addition to schools, many states are considering bills that allow schools to offer their own online learning.