The Pics look great ! and I can not wait to get my hands on a working Pi, I did notice that there is very little room to have any sort of mounting system (stand off posts for example) if you were thinking about putting the Pi in any sort of case or open frame.
In schools, I would think that the tech staff may want to mount this on a board of some type (still open to be seen) but extend the connection out to points that are on the board, to protect the actual connection on the PCB. Duplicat ports on a wooden sloped board or similar could be replaced easier when somebody tries to force a network cable into a USB slot !
It does happen, I once drove to client in Scotland from Milton Keynes to find they had manage to force a 9 pin D plug onto the socket UPSIDE DOWN !, when I pointed this out the person said \"Oh I thoiught that was very hard to fit\"
Has anybody got any ideas about this ?
I am sure there are ways to do it, but its hard to see how from the pictures. If people are thinking about putting this inside old mobile phone enclosures or any other small box