Students of a Pennsylvania school district are hauling educators to court over allegations that administrators remotely activated the webcams on school-issued laptops and used that remote access to spy on students and their family members.
Previously, the Lower Merion School District has insisted that they only ever spied on lost or stolen school-owned laptops. The latest court filings show this is patently false. School for spies, or spies for school, you decide.
We have to ssh into our school's server to make sure our programming assignments work on the system that will be used to test them by the teacher. It's running RHEL 6.2. When I test my program on my Mac running RHEL 6.2 in VirtualBox, I get different results than the school's.
As some of you may know, I teach computing at a UK comprehensive school. For my A-Level class tomorrow I thought it would be interesting for the students to play around with a few different OSes (the current topic is HCI). I'll be taking a liveCD of #! for them to have a play around on and compare with Windows 7 (the currently installed OS on school systems) and OSX.
Problem: Creating and maintaining hundreds of student accounts
The school where I work runs Active Directory on Server 2008. Every year, our students have to sign up for accounts with a third-party SaaS school management system. That has created a lot of work in the past, as codes have to be generated for students, and students often lose the codes or can't figure out how to enter them.
Two italian students think that it's very bad when public schools only teach students to use proprietary software(even if the Italian government sees no problem with that). Therefore, for their final High School state exam, they are preparing a project that is as unusual (at least for Italy) as interesting: an alternative to Microsoft Windows!
Hi hi , I just installed Ubuntu 12.04 alongside Windows 7 .. Anyway everything works like a charm at home but iam unable to connect to the wireless network at school it just keep connecting but can't connect ? I do have security and authentication like it should be for the router at school .. I ask any suggestion what could be the problem here?