Hey everyone, I am a teacher at a continuation high school. We recently started a new class called digital music. It is basically a class where kids create songs using GarageBand. I been looking to get more things for the class through grants and other things (considering budget is not tight, but non-existent). We are using a cart of 12 MacBooks that run Leopard. I was wondering what would be the best way for me as a teacher to monitor these computers. I have two different classes of 12 kids. So the computer gets used by more than one student. I was thinking of creating separate log in's so students can't mess with each others work. I also want to turn off certain applications so they can not be fooling around on the internet while they should be working in class. I know I can do a lot of this with parental controls and I know how to make new accounts, but I was thinking of setting up a network where no matter what computer they get from the cart they could login into their stuff. So I am asking one the greatest Mac communities what they think I should do. I took over the class from another teacher last year that knew her music, but not so much her computers. At least the school districts tech people set up a standard login and password on each computer, so their accounts are not administrator accounts. Any advice ideas or help is appreciated. I am all ready looking to get new headphones, a few keyboard (musical keyboards), and maybe a good USB microphone. I also want to contact apple and see if there is any way that we can update GarageBand with out updating all of iLife (Price wise that is). Thanks guys.