Monday, March 3, 2008

Product Comparison

We have reached the point of critical mass on our typical elementary school computer's desktop. There are a dizzying amount of icons to choose from and it is amazing that these dated machines can support any of them let alone all of them.

The same marketing culture that provides 22 different kinds of baked beans on the grocery store shelf has overrun our public schools. Instead of investing precious funds on different software that essentially does the same thing school districts should be encouraged to make wise, long-term purchasing choices, and then provide sufficient training and support for their teachers.

But where do you turn to make the "Right" choice?

One answer can be found at the link below.

If you know of any other objective product comparisons, please share.


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