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First, if the new MBP was preinstalled with Lion you can not downgrade it to Snow Leopard. No drivers.

Time Machine is probably the best method to use to move everything from the old machine to the new one. However, Adobe software has built in anti-piracy and must be activated with the serial number when it is moved from one machine to another.

Generally, this is done with disks. But since the copy you have on the old machine is an educational version, I'm not sure how you will be able to move it or if it is even possible. Probably best to ask your school. Perhaps they can provide you with another copy for the new MBP.
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