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Re: [seul-edu] Some discoveries
I will be going to El Salvador next month and check the advance of linux
there. If you recalled, I visited a Mexican school through a visit
arranged by the Guadalajara school administration and saw linux being
used by the Mexican schools.
A friend in El Salvador has an ISP business and he tells me that he has
installed many linux installations, including for the government there.
I have asked him to see if linux can be instroduced in the schools,
which will be hard as Microsoft has given software for the schools
there. Will report on my return.
Doug Loss wrote:
> Abnormal Savonarola wrote:
> > I'm the teacher who cares together Andrea Brugiolo firstname.lastname@example.org of the site http://scuola.linux.it
> > This site exist since two years and is aimed to collect italian experience at school with Linux in Italy.
> I'd like to get more information about what you're doing in Italy with Linux in the schools, so I can put it in my Linux in education reports. Please send (to this mailing list, actually; I'm not the only one who would enjoy hearing about this) information about what you've done, what you have
> planned to do, what problems you've had and what triumphs you've had, and your views on how the cause of Linux in the schools is going in Italy. For that matter, I'd like to hear similar things from everyone. Vladimir, how about Columbia? Nicolas, how about Belgium? Tomas and all our other
> French members, how about France? Alejandro, how about Mexico? I'm only singling out these folks because I remember their names and countries without looking them up--I'd like to hear from _everyone_ who has a story to tell.
> Doug Loss Always do right. This
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