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Case Studies

We perform worldwide research to examine cases of private and public educational institutions as well as informal educational environments that have successfully implemented the use of Free Software. We do not attempt to build a comprehensive database here. Instead, we present specific cases of success, in the belief that testimony will be inspiring to anyone considering first time installation or migration to Free Software.

If you know of a case that could be included here, please contact us <[email protected]> to let us know.

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Escuela Cristiana Evangélica de Neuquén (ECEN)
An elementary teacher with little technical skills manages to get her school to migrate all work stations, including the administration offices and the library.


Ambedkar Community Computing Center (AC3)
A group of Free Software advocates in Bangalore teaches computer skills to underprivileged children using exclusively Free systems and programs.

Vocational Higher Secondary School Irimpanam (VHSS Irimpanam)
One of the several thousand schools that migrated completely to Free Software under the government's project [email protected]

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