Tom Hoffman, SchoolTool Project Manager:
The SchoolTool project is excited to announce an initiative to provide 50,000 Euro in custom development grants to help schools, government, and organizations in the developing world to pilot and deploy SchoolTool for computer based school management. These grants will be funded by by South African entrepreneur Mark Shuttleworth.
I never know what's tongue-in-cheek anymore.
But if you're serious....
Let me poke around, then.
(Our tech guy, Randy Veraldo, was a mensch--bright, quick on his feet, and he listened. He died last summer, a huge loss for us. I would love to have hooked him up with this.)
Well... we don't actually consider New Jersey as the "developing world."
Hey, I clearly cannot read, and UMDNJ granted me an MD anyway--if that's not evidence we're a "developing world...."
I would love to see this offered in the States--can you imagine what could happen if public entities acted as public entities, and software was selected for its usefulness instead of for its imagined pizazz?
(Lord, get me through February--I'm in full dolt mode.)
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