WHERE DREAMS COME TRUE? On Oct. 14, the Magic Kingdom, with the help of Techstars, wrapped up the first class of the Disney Accelerator. The 15-week program is aimed for "entertainment" startups but a summary of the 10 graduating companies suggests learning tools also fit the bill. (Each startup received mentoring from Disney's wide network of companies along with $120K in funding.) Codarica teaches coding through games; Smart Toy offers a cuddly learning toy for kids; Sphero built a robot that can teach STEM in the classroom. Is this a sign that "edutainment" companies are back in vogue?