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DonationsWebsite@School is a free and Open Source CMS, but not free as in 'free beer'. It takes time to create and maintain Website@School. The servers and bandwidth have to be paid. Users want a sustainable content management system, with free updates and fixpacks.
When you are using Website@School, please help us to keep your CMS sustainalble.
The Website@School Development Team thanks the following institutions, schools and individuals for their financial support:
- Stichting KBA Nw-West, Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
- Bios-program of the European Platform- internationalising education, Haarlem, the Netherlands: http://www.europeesplatform.nl
- Public Primary School Rosa Boekdrukker, Amsterdam, Holland: http://rosaboekdrukker.net
- Harm Hofstede - bureau for new media, the Hague, Holland: http://hofstad.net
- Public Primary School Corantijn, Amsterdam, the Netherlands: http://obscorantijn.nl
- Support Point ICT, Rotterdam, the Netherlands: http://www.stict.nl
- Charles van Orlé, Barendrecht, the Netherlands
- Eurict, Barendrecht, the Netherlands: http://www.eurict.eu
- MijnCo2Spoor (MyCo2Track, a climate change foundation), Amsterdam, the Netherlands: http://www.mijnco2spoor.nl
- Humorcoach http://humorcoacch.nl
- Foundation Edict, supports ICT in education, http://edict.nl
- Public Montessori Primary School 'Ziezo', roosendaal, the Neterhlands: http://ombsziezo.nl
- RC Primary school 'De Hoeksteen', Bussum, the Neterhlands: http://www.hoeksteen-bussum.nl/
- Leprastichting (Leprosy Foundation), Amsterdam, the Neterhlands: http://www.leprastichting.nl
- Scideralle, French initiative to support OSS in education: http://scideralle.org Donated € 500 for modules.
- Anonymous. Donated € 300 for the newsletter module.
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