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A Bronx middle school vice principal tells reporters "[The students] dont' even realize that we are watching." But it's less creepy than it sounds.
A lawsuit alleges that the Lower Merion School District used MacBooks to spy on students in their homes. School officials claim the software was only used for antitheft measures.
Electric Peel Software has released Note-A-Lator and Note-A-Lator Pro, education software to help students learn how to read music.
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Smart Notebook Student Edition (SE) ties in with Smart Technologies' Smart Board interactive whiteboard technology.
Mimio Studio 6, now available on the Mac, adds multimedia support and makes additional improvements. Other programs updated Monday include Today and Letter Opener.
CrystalMaker, used to visualize crystals and molecules, now works in 3D, using good old-fashioned red-blue glasses.
MIT's Media Lab is gearing up for Scratch Day 2009, to introduce new people to their programming language for kids.
Apple added new lessons from Sting and Sarah McLachlan to the GarageBand Lesson Store.
MacProVideo released its first iPhone app, giving users the ability to take video tutorials with them.
The state of Virginia has implemented new education initiatives that include iTunes U and a call to developers to create iPhone apps.
MacProVideo submitted a new app to the App Store that will allow users to watch tutorials on their iPhone.