Bill Rodrigues, General Manager of Education at Dell, recently spoke with about the education market and how it feels to have Steve Jobs in his rearview mirror. When asked about the iBook, Rodrigues said, “the thing I find interesting is that when (Apple CEO Steve) Jobs says this will get them back into a leadership position in education, I don’t know what that means. Roughly 14 percent of education market (dollars) is spent on notebooks. So, given that fact, even if he was the share leader in that space, I don’t know how that gets them back into the leadership position.”