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Case Studies in Argentina

Argentina's administrative territory is divided into twenty three political autonomous states called provinces. These provinces develop their own educational policy, attending just to certain basic guidelines from the National Government. This allows educational institutions to adapt their curricula to their local needs. Learn more about the education system of Argentina in Wikipedia.

Below are listed some of the educational institutions in Argentina who are using Free Software.

Escuela Cristiana Evangélica de Neuquén (ECEN)

An elementary teacher with little technical skills manages to get her school to completely migrate to Free Software on the grounds that proprietary software is against the moral and ethical values promoted by the school.

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