On Monday 09 February 2009 17:32:58 Christopher Woods wrote:
> The main sticking point for most schools is the "can we help students
> if..." question.

This is part of the issue that some people forget when they put their personal 
politics before the needs of children at school. If a tool undermines the 
teaching then it moves from a force for good into a force for bad. This goes 
as much for proprietary systems as it does for open systems.

ie the reasons for change should be pedagogical rather than political.

(personal views only)
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