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I am interested in the marketing of LibO as an effective tool in education. In particular JK (kindergarten) to the end of High School (or comparable to this internationally as well).

Is LibO, in your opinion, a good and effective tool for educational purposes? If we were to "project" target the educational establishment (School Boards, Educational governing bodies), would LibO have any attractive selling points or is there any missing functionality in the suite that should be considered to make it a better option for its adoption by these organisations?

We know that the obvious price advantage is one selling point.

Support is perhaps one the largest consideration for these organisations. They normally want both support at the IT level and support at the student level.


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