Private St. Louis School Goes Linux
Jul 03, 2008, 12:00 (0 Talkback[s])
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"A private school in St. Louis, Mo. is increasingly choosing
Linux for the computers it supplies to students and faculty,
according to laptop supplier Lenovo. Students at the Whitfield
School are using Linux about 86 percent of the time now, Lenovo
says, up from 50 percent three years ago.
"Lenovo has supplied about 600 laptops to the Whitfield School,
it says, including systems that run both Linux and Windows.
Whitfield started its PC program in 2005, and this year achieved
its goal of supplying each student in grades six through 12 with
their own laptop, it says..."