Apple will give 50 new iPods to the Gracemount High School in Edinburgh, Scotland, reports the Scotsman. “A second-year class has been chosen to take part in the project and every pupil will receive their own iPod, as will each subject teacher, all of whom have undergone special training. Experts say the iPod can be used to record lessons, allowing pupils to study them at home, listen to audio books, keep an up-to-date record of their homework assignments and download video lessons directly from the Internet,” notes the report. [Thanks to MacMinute reader Sandy Sinclair for this news tip.]