If Open Source Doesn't Succeed, Don't Blame the TeachersJan 28, 2009, 14:34 (1 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Lisa Hoover)
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"Perhaps Hartley needs to get to the root of the issue here, instead of lopping off the first head he sees. In general, IT and hardware decisions are made at the district level and, in some cases, higher. The poor soul in the high school server room has no more input about the platforms being used than my great-aunt Fanny. The teachers? Even less. It's the suit-wearing administrators sitting in air-conditioned offices who drop in for a meeting between rounds of golf that make the decisions that are foisted on local schools.
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