"U.S. public schools are in a lot of trouble, money-wise. Look
at just about any public school system, and this is what you'll
find: Our schools are understaffed, the teachers are woefully
underpaid for the work they do and responsibility they shoulder,
and there are chronic shortages of equipment and educational
"Why, then, do we allow our schools to throw away money on
unnecessary software license fees when there are free alternatives?
Many problems that face public schools will be with us for decades
as we try to sort out our collective priorities--but this is a
problem that would be an easy fix. It's time to dump Microsoft from
the public schools and reclaim the monies we spend on licenses and
continual hardware upgrades..."
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