Math Hasn’t Changed… So Why Does California Pay $400M A Year To Update Textbooks?

That’s the question Scott McNealy, chairman of Sun Microsystems, is asking.

McNealy, who handed Sun’s chief executive reins to Jonathan Schwartz earlier this year, is now applying his know-how to steer the Global Education and Learning Community (GELC). That’s a non-profit entity, spun off from Sun in January, which aims to make open-source software available to the world’s kids for free–just as Sun sought to distribute its Solaris operating system (OS) and other wares to businesses, for profit.

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