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Re: [school-discuss] Looking for Anyone Doing Training on Open Source Software in Education

>I'm IT teacher in a small elementary school in Lendava, Slovenia, and 
>interested in promoting OSS in education. Ministry of Education here 
>(www.mss.gov.si) started some project a few years ago and we got 
>Slovenian Linux distro (Pingo - www.pingo.org ) and new PCs for all came 
>with dual boot.
>But then, project died (ministry made a deal with MS and we all have 
>licenses for XP an Office now). Ministry stopped (actively) promoting 
>OSS there are no new educational applications being developed.
>I'm running school server on Linux, but all classroom PCs (~30) are XP 
>(on new hardware) or W95 (very old hardware, P166MHz). Beside this, I'm 
>still very interested in using more OSS applications in my school and 
>very happy to hear all advices I can get.

Maybe ServerAtSchool is something for your primary school.

Our OSS/GPL projects:
- Site@School: http://siteatschool.sourceforge.net
- ServerAtSchool Dutch: http://serveropschool.nl
- ServerAtSchool International: http://serveratschool.net

Media Action Projects: http://utopia.knoware.nl/users/schoutd
Now also in Japanese!
Tools for Teachers: http://wyxs.net