A collection of awards and press coverage on Penn Manor’s open source 1:1 laptop program:
Students with complete control over their laptops? For one district, it hasn’t been a disaster – EdScoop March 2018
Penn Manor’s student computer program offers a lesson to other school districts – Lancaster Online – March 2017
District Administration 2016 District of Distinction Award: Open Source 1-to-1 Laptop Learning Program
Dynamic do-it-yourself schools: Software programs developed by PM staff and students
Lancaster News covered the initial 1:1 program recommendation: Penn Manor Outlines Laptop Plans.
In January 2014, our student tech team was featured by Lancaster News: Penn Manor students help classmates get tech savvy.
FLDT program mentioned on Linux Action Show: Season 30, Episode 6.
Slashdot featured our program! High School Students Develop Linux Imaging and Help Desk Software
A lovely article via the Linux Foundation: Pennsylvania high school rolls out 1700 Linux laptops to students.
EdSurge article: The largest non-iPad rollout you’ve never heard of.
BetaNews: Schooled by Linux – 1700 Students get Ubuntu laptops.
It’s F.O.S.S: Pennsylvania high school distributes 1700 Ubuntu laptops to students.
EFYTimes: U.S. high school gives away 1700 Linux laptops to students.
Millersville Advertiser: Penn Manor practices “Ubuntu” with laptop program.
Muktware Interview: PA Champions of Open Source
Lancaster News: PM Distributes 1700 Laptops to Students
Ubuntu Case Study: An Ubuntu PC for Everyone at Penn Manor
Phoenix Technology Solutions: Cutting the High School IT Budget with Linux
Mindshift/KQED: Why aren’t more schools using open source?
Linux Action Show Interview: Rooting for the Kids
LinuxInsider: Open Source at the Front of the Class