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Dan-Erik's School Computer Rationale Implemented on a Funtoo USB Stick (D.-E.S.C.R.I.F.U.S)

School classrooms often benefit from using computers as teaching material. However, computers will easily become a distraction for the students; a hindrance for learning instead of an aid. Therefore, it is important for teachers to have full control over both functionality and content of student computers. This article describes my rationale for why I set up school computers in a certain way, and then I will go into detail on how I have implemented this in Funtoo.

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School classrooms often benefit from using computers as teaching material. However, computers will easily become a distraction for the students; a hindrance for learning instead of an aid. Therefore, it is important for teachers to have full control over both functionality and content of student computers. This article describes my rationale for why I set up school computers in a certain way, and then I will go into detail on how I have implemented this in Funtoo.
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