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To meet future demand for IT skills, we need to bring open source into the PK-12 classroom today. These schools are leading the way.
Learn how to build a computer network with Raspberry Pis.
SUNY math professor David Usinski explains how OERs benefit students, instructors, educational institutions, and even course writers.
A middle school's Tech Stewardship program for reimaging computers with Linux is now an elective class for science and technology students.
For too long, we've relied on standardization to produce results. An open education system would make us think differently.
High school and college students may fear participation in open source projects due to these preconceptions.
The Tamarind Tree School uses an open education model to offer collaborative, innovative learning solutions to rural students.
First-time instructor learns overcoming obstacles is the hardest part of teaching high schoolers.
Read the best articles published on Opensource.com in 2017 on how openness is improving who we educate and learn.
We rounded up our most popular 2017 articles that showcase how education is leveraging the Raspberry Pi and Linux.