The Linux Journal reports from Sisler High School
(in Manitoba) on the use of the Linux Terminal Server Project distribution to equip student labs.
"Public school systems always are underfunded, and because we are using taxpayers' money, we have the responsibility to get the most for our money. By using a Linux terminal server with cheap, 'obsolete' thin clients, I have been able to deliver many computer courses that are fully compatible with if not better than what teachers using Microsoft Windows are offering. With the money saved on a Linux terminal server lab, the school can fund other subject areas.
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