LinuxPR: Arlington, Virginia high school awards OpenClassroom(tm) first contractMar 03, 2000, 21:07 (0 Talkback[s])
"OpenClassroom(tm), creators of the first free, easy to install and use, Open Source software package for the educational market, today announced the signing of the first support contract for the OpenClassroom(tm) distribution with Yorktown High School, a member of the Arlington Public Schools system in Arlington, Virginia."
"'OpenClassroom(tm) can help schools, like Yorktown High School,
to focus on education, and not on the complexity behind the
software needed to get their jobs done,' said Jose C. Lacal,
OpenClassroom(tm)'s Chief Vision Officer. 'GNU/Linux has brought
freedom and power of choice to programmers and companies worldwide.
OpenClassroom(tm) wants to bring that same power of choice to
educational institutions. Through a simple package, with clear,
concise manuals, and with various support options available,"
OpenClassroom(tm) is a high-tech start-up (based in Miami, Florida and Munich, Germany) that brings the power of Open Source software to the educational arena."