SEUL.org: Linux in education report #41 for April 2Apr 02, 2001, 20:07 (0 Talkback[s])
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"April 2, 2001--The K-12Linux Project has released a turn-key terminal server distribution based on RH7 and the LTSP packages. This should be useful in making installing Linux in schools significantly easier."
"Karl Peña reminded us of an article from the Linux Journal from last March, titled "Linux in Higher Education: Open Source, Open Minds, Social Justice". While it's not new, opinion on the SEUL/edu mailing list is that it should be required reading for educators."
"...On March 12th 2001 at Westwood St. Thomas' School, Salisbury, UK there was a meeting which took place in order to establish an official structure for the OSIE (Open Source in education) initiative in the UK. The meeting was extremely well represented by people from across the spectrum of educational establishments, LEAs and companies involved in the distribution and support of the Linux O/S, throughout the UK."
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