Linux Journal: Linux in Italian Schools, Part 3: DidaTux

“In the first two parts of this series, I discussed how Linux is
being used in technical high schools in Abruzzo and Sicily. Here in
Part 3, I present a story that in several aspects is different from
the previous stories. Enter Anna F. Leopardi, an elementary school
teacher at the Direzione Didattica Statale Terzo Circolo of
Pescara, which is the administrative center of the smallest
province of the Abruzzi region. Anna is not only a free software
user and evangelist; she doesn’t mind getting her hands dirty doing
some Linux customization hacking, which she then uses at her
school. In early 2005, she also taught at a professional training
course on open source and schools that was organized by the
Province of Pescara…”