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Teachers at my school were given an iPad in preparation for student iPads to be purchased for this year. Although we are expected to use it in our classrooms, the principal doesn't have a problem with teachers using it for personal things as well. Another teacher is asking if we would let her students use [our] iPads for one of her classes. While I don't have lots of personal stuff on mine, my school email is synced and easily accessed on my iPad. There's no way to password-protect the mail app, is there? Not sure how I feel about this. I trust the teacher, but kids will be kids (and a few of them in particular I don't trust a whole lot!). What do you think about this?