I think that its worse than that though - they are viewing families who don't use Microsoft products on a Microsoft windows running computer as somehow neglecting their children...*
They also don't seem to realise that its really quite 'easy' to make a windows machine work as if you are there so you can continue to 'do' your daily 'work' and register should you need to. So ultimately we get the last laugh either way...
*I keep having conversations with software companies who are convinced that there is no call for Mac versions of their software for education. And then there are the increasing numbers o schools who are going over to macs only to find that they then have to use them to run windows on because the govt. supported software *isn't allowed* to be made in mac versions
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