A single typeface that has both light and bold or black weights would seem to be one good option. There are many possibilities, including Helvetica, Univers, Myriad, Frutiger, Futura, Kabel, Hypatia Sans....
If you're goint to use two different typefaces, you need to pick two that can work together reasonably well. For example, Minion with Myriad or Frutiger, Baskerville with Hypatia Sans, Futura or Kabel, Adobe Caslon with Helvetica or Univers.
would be appropriate, but in my opinion it's a 2000's trendy type
design that has already become as overused as the 1990's Papyrus and
Vivaldi. It, or similar fonts, are used for the NY Times Play
Magazine, Intel's new logo, and the 2006 FIFA World Cup. The more
classical designs suggested by Tom might not coordinate well.
There are also many display type fonts such as those that look like
keyboard keys or a printed circuit or simulations of led's that could
work for a logo if VERY carefully designed. If by "professional
educators" you're thinking of stodgy deans in button-down collars or
hair in a bun, then no; if you mean the kind of educators who buck the
system and open their own charter schools, then possibly they'd fit.
Thomas,<br /><br />Didn't mean to step on Adobe's toes on that, and yes, I do recognize that Adobe Originals would be in a small class with the very highest quality fonts. <g> But considering Kat's needs, I don't think that fine point would be a deal breaker for use of the other Adobe fonts.<br /><br />Neil