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A roundup of the chess clients I’ve looked at for our local public library.
GradeL is a gradebook application, where a teacher keeps grades and attendance records for his students. It is in beta but is under active development and works well enough for my daily use.
A gradebook is where a teacher keeps grades and attendance records for his students. It’s important enough that Freshmeat reported in 2000 that “teachers say that if there isn’t a good Linux gradebook program, Linux will never get onto teachers’ … Continue reading
Linux has an excellent selection of educational software for children and adults. Here are my observations on those titles I've had an opportunity to install and watch people use. …