Since tomorrow is the first day of school and I'm going completely out of my mind, I figured I'd just give you a quick link to an NPR feature on the One Laptop Per Child program that aired on Morning Edition today. As the piece points out,
The project has had trouble with its leadership, finances and competitors. Instead of the legacy of education for third-world children, the One Laptop Per Child program has spurred an industry in low-cost laptops for consumers.
Check out the broadcast here and check back tomorrow for a little more back to school coverage.