Indiana paces school Linux use

Taking a huge step toward its goal of a computer for every high school student, Indiana will introduce 1,600 new desktop computers running Linux-based operating systems and software in its classrooms this fall. The program could be the largest such undertaking involving open-source software ever carried out in U.S. schools.
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Indiana officials say using Linux-based systems will enable them to save what could amount to millions of dollars on operating systems and software. If successful, the state’s open-source initiative could serve as a model for other states or districts around the nation to follow.
For the full article, read it on eSchoolNews

One Reply to “Indiana paces school Linux use”

  1. Blogging is interesting! It’s sad to say that the time is to fast for the workshop. I can hardly follow the lesson but I hope I could try on my own succesfully.

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