Roy Schestowitz wrote:
> school clusters, its budgets, and the homes of the less fortunate to whom
> pricy licences are not affordable.
We could do with an education Combi-CD with an educational knoppix (Freeduc
will be a good start) and Open-source Windows APPS on same CD for the best
of both worlds - apps available to install if the parents will allow, Live
CD to run without touching their PC's hard drive if they won't allow the
apps to be installed.
Give each child a small pendrive (32 or 64mb drives are very cheap now - a
supplier with too much old stock may be glad to donate them to clear their
shelf space) for storing homework on as well as a copy of this CD and
you're all sorted (as long as they actually own a PC - not all families do,
especially in poorer areas).