It used to be in there, but this thread is nearly a year old and the wording of the terms has changed several times since then. However, it does still clearly say that "we grant you a limited, non-exclusive, revocable licence to make personal, non-commercial use of the Spotify Service". If you are in any doubt over whether use in school counts as personal use, the FAQ clearly states that is is not:
"Can I use Spotify to play music in my bar, restaurant, store, school etc?
No, the Terms & Conditions that you agree to when registering for Spotify state that Spotify is for personal, non-commercial use."
It may not be commercial use, but it's also not personal use.
If Spotify was installed on a teacher's own, personal property that they brought into school and used to play music only for themselves, on headphones, that would qualify as personal use. If it is installed on a computer owned by their employer (not their own property), it no longer counts as personal use.
The terms for paid subscriptions in this regard are no different from free use.
Mr_J (9th October 2013)
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