GNOME is a good choice for schools:

  • cheaper than a Windows environment and its licenses
  • pupils have many programming tools in the installation by default
  • teachers can more easily administer many desktops via GNOME.
  • pupils get in touch with free software early. That helps them get programming skills and learn to communicate in teams.

examples of schools

open questions

  • Where do we have representatives for presentations, distributing Linux CD's, local smalltalk etc?


see also

GnomeScienceCD, TeenGNOME


Attic/GnomeInSchools (last edited 2013-12-02 18:12:40 by WilliamJonMcCann)