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Case Studies of FOSS in Education has a great collection of Education Case Studies.

The studies are written by the teachers and educational technologists implementing these projects every day, which demonstrates the grassroots nature of the migration, even in the USA, of educational institutions to open source software. It also shows the vast array of possible creative solutions to computing infrastructure, with migrations to Linux on fat clients, thin-client networks, or smaller migrations to open source applications on legacy Windows operating systems all occurring.

SchoolForge itself is a great community, describing itself thus: “SchoolForge’s mission is to unify independent organizations that advocate, use, and develop open resources for education. We advocate the use of open texts and lessons, open curricula, free software and open source in education.”

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