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Thursday, March 15, 2007

Technology + Online + Industry + Partnerships

A new report shows educators how open source programs can be rolled out successfully—and affordably.

A STUDY INTENDED to help educators assess and implement open technologies is available now from the Consortium for School Networking as part of CoSN’s ongoing K-12 Open Technologies Initiative. The study covers Indiana’s ACCESS (Affordable Classroom Computers for Every Secondary Student) program, focusing on the state’s Linux Desktop initiative, which placed 22,000 Linux workstations in language arts classrooms.