Propaganda for sure, but still pretty great. Make sure to watch the videos.
I can speak, from experience, that GarageBand and iMovie has helped my father in school announcements, etc. Yes, this technology was very possible before, but I think it is fair to say that Apple's implementation of iLife has brought the art of recording and editing audio and video to life for...children. How powerful.
It occurs to me that the integration, ease of use, consistency of not only the products alone, but the User Interface of them makes this an enjoyable experience for all.
My only question: What's the cost? Who pays for this? Seems to me that private schools might be the first to be able to implement this because of financial constraints. They could most easily work it into the price of tuition. I know of many schools (including Duke University) that have given an iPod or MacBook to each of their students when they enter college in hopes that they will use them for school activities (like iTunes U).
Here comes the future my friends.