so i paid a visit to my high school graphics/multimedia teachers the other day... one of them went to MWSF with a couple school board members to present to apple some of the things that we have done in those classes (graphics, multimedia, web design, video productions). what he was looking for was some type of help with costs of apple products and direction to be taking with what we are doing...pretty much all the apple guys had to say was that the classes have already surpassed the beginner/intermediate level and there was nothing they could do but keep doing what they are now. i think that was kind of harsh on the classes since they just built a new school and funding for computers and such is pretty low. the two classrooms are HOPING they can come by getting superdrive imacs so everyone in the classes can have a chance making dvds... the classrooms are legal across all computers for every adobe application because adobe worked a deal with them for about $30-$100 for each title! but that doesn't help much because they've been experiencing a lot of difficulty with technical problems with premeire and now want to use final cut express. but that might not be possible considering educational discount is $250 for each copy what do u think, could apple have worked out a deal with the school?