Been thinking this for schools ever since the feature came out. iOS 7 hadn't been out for a week when I saw the first story of a school losing the ability to use an iPad because a student left in a hurry and they did not have the password to the Apple ID. There needs to be a way for the owner of the device to over-ride the deactivation.
Under iOS 7, we've got a neat new ability to access links from Twitter right within Safari. And if you've got multiple accounts, it'll pull in the links from all of them, organized into one handy little tab.
"In recognition of the widespread use of iPad sin schools and general education, Apple recently released a new "Apps for Teachers" http://bit.ly/16HvwHx category in the App Store. You'll find them listed among a wide and extensive list of categories under the "Education Collection" banner."
With change comes some difficulty. I agree on the spotlight search vs. notification center and would add the control center vs. multitasking on the bottom of the screen as well. The motions are easily confused...
So, you have just downloaded iOS 7 to your school iPad's and feeling pretty good about the fact you can see all those new icons. Now you can get back using them just as you always did.
Via Dr. Joan McGettigan
"Much like OS X and Windows on the desktop, iOS on the iPad has an “Undo” and “Redo” option. Undo does just what it sounds like, it undoes the last text based action. For example, if you typed out a sentence but decided it wasn’t what you wanted to say, you could hit “Undo” and it would instantly disappear. Redo is also fairly self explanatory, as it redoes the prior text action that was just undone. For example, if you wanted to restore that sentence you typed out but made disappear with “Undo”, then hitting “Redo” would make it appear again."
Via John Evans