Whew! Very glad I found this thread! I showed my own Raspberry Pi, un-modified, not even connected or powered up, to my elementary school principal and he immediately asked if I'd be interested in teaching a class to 4th & 5th graders about computing and to get them interested in technology of all sorts. I have the knowledge, and have tutored students in things from 3rd grade arithmetic to college algebra and I am a retired programmer with 32 years experience from that career, but professionally speaking, I am only a classified aide for the school system. If I teach the class, I will have to do it while visiting classrooms with a credentialed teacher present at all times. I will have a fun time doing this, but it really puts my mind at ease to see such a nicely organized teaching plan already designed. I will still need to list all the peripherals needed for whatever size program the principal has in mind. Working as a team, I can partner with the teachers who can coach me on state course requirements and associated paperwork (about which I know nothing) while I fill in the other side with the technical knowledge of the computers. With the principal's avid support, we'll have a "three-legged stool" teaching program that should stand without wobbling.