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When Evernote Corp. CEO Phil Libin visited Tokyo’s Shinagawa Joshi Gakuin in May, the combined junior and senior high school for girls came under the media spotlight — not only because it was unusual for a successful Silicon Valley entrepreneur to visit a girls’ school, but also because of the progressive nature of the school.

Starting from the current school year, all of the roughly 200 second-year students in high school are provided with an iPad mini tablet computer loaded with Evernote software, which the school introduced in October 2013.

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