Internet of Things (IoT)-based software architectures are rapidly growing as a network of connected objects. Because of their ubiquitous nature, educational institutions are looking to incorporate IoT technologies in the teaching and learning activities. However, software architectures conceived to be deployed in the scholar environment can have an intense impact on the students lives, raising a discussion on the social responsibility of those software, and the importance of addressing human values. This paper contributes to the ongoing discussion on the benefits and challenges of incorporating IoT in education while focusing on quality attributes from a social perspective. More precisely, it provides a summary that reports on results of a systematic literature review we conducted on IoT in education. Besides, we also offer a discussion on three domain-related quality requirements in IoT-based software architectures for education, namely, security and scalability from a human point of view, and humanization quality attribute itself.