[K12OSN] PD for staff (really OO)

Andrew Fournier adfour at mtaonline.net
Wed Apr 21 02:27:05 UTC 2004

LMAO! pure luck. I'm in the same boat as you in most respects-- my next
agenda (beyond making more small labs) is demonstrating that compressed
secure-shell is a better (more secure and efficient) way to talk to a
unix server  than is using a web based gui and internet explorer. MIS (
i teach in a school within a school program ) does recognize the
benefits of k12ltsp in classroom libraries and labs already though.

On Tue, 2004-04-20 at 17:34, Nakashima wrote:
> On Tue, 20 Apr 2004, Andrew Fournier wrote:
> > Can all be web based, or central on a 'Nix box no? my district is using
> > maximus (icue?) which runs on unix and is web based... ( as far as I can
> > tell
> > On Tue, 2004-04-20 at 09:11, Huck wrote:
> > > grade/scheduling/student information systems...
> It's great that your district is on board. However, when you are a small
> minority in a very large school system (in our case 300+ schools, 3 using
> K12LTSP) your needs and wants are not at the top of the agenda.
> --Peter
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