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Saturday, August 6th, 2005, 4:44 pm

Linux at School

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An article from Linspire proves that Linux is cost-effective. Schools are now providing each student with a computer (Linux box) of his/her own.

Indiana Schools Kick Off Program to Provide Desktop Linux Computers to Every High School Student

Linspire Linux Operating System and Indiana-Based Wintergreen PCs Tested and Deployed in Broad One-to-One Computer Plan

You can see further details about this announcement by browsing the KDE news section (RDF feed).

Also see: Open Source in English Schools from the BBC

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