My book is out! Read The Open Schoolhouse and discover how Penn Manor School District built a unique open source technology program and student community.

High schoolers in charge? How one school gave up control and won – Education Dive, October 2019

The open schoolhouse: Culture, praxis, empowerment. Chapter in The Open Organizations Guide for Educators – September 2019

Articles for opensource.com, a Red Hat community publication covering open source principles in business, education, and government:

Open education: There isn’t an app for that – July 2019
Three innovative open source projects for the new school year – August 2018
CorvOS: A custom, Linux-based solution for the classroom – May 2018
These 3 practices revolutionized Penn Manor’s school culture – July 2017
Schools that #GoOpen should #GoOpenSource – August 2016
How our high school replaced IRC with Mattermost – March 2016
Open source communities need mentors – January 2016
Back to school: 5 Open source programs for students and teachers – August 2015
DevOps principles resonate with student Linux program – March 2015
Students power this open source high school – September 2014
An open-minded Internet safety curriculum – July 2014
Trust your students with open source – January 2014
Back to school with open source: Five tools for less stress and better learning – September 2013
Student programming with Scratch and The Finch – August 2013
How open source took root in one Pennsylvania school district – August 2013

Two articles are included in the eBook: Getting Youth Involved in Open Source

For more Penn Manor technology articles, visit the PM Tech Blog.

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