Oldham, England Brings Open Source To Schools

It’s good to see news about continuing adoption of open source software in schools around the world. I’ve written before about how doable it would be for many American schools to reduce costs, increase efficiency and arm kids with Linux notebooks through open source adoption. I’ve also concluded that excessive love of the Mac and the improbability of the arrival of paperless processes will keep many schools from taking the FOSS leap. However, schools in Oldham, England–a metropolitan borough of Manchester–are leaping.

Link: ostatic.com


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