Students at five New Jersey school districts will take a leap in classroom technology this year, using Apple's iTunes store to post and share educational material, the Newark Star-Ledger reports. Lectures, student projects, orientation videos, and other media can be posted on iTunes, available free to students and parents in the five districts, or anyone else. The New Jersey districts taking part are East Orange, Hunterdon Central Regional High School, Montclair, Perth Amboy, and Union City. "The idea is that there are educators and others producing digital content that really can have value for others," said Mary Ann Wolf, executive

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