Converge, May 1999, p. 28

The Y2K problem has the potential to strike schools in three core areas: financial, legal, and administrative. In order to avoid and minimize the effect of Y2K computer problems, the following advice from Pennsylvania's "Y2K Contingency Planning Guide" should be followed:

  1. Identify all the systems at your school that use software and contain embedded computer chips. Then prioritize the list based on the systems that are most critical to school operations.

  2. For each system,...

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