Over the past month or so, I have received some intriguing eMail from school administrators, mostly from small or medium-sized school districts. Without revealing names or locations (to protect the "innocent"), the common issue raised is, "Do public school systems really have to worry about being sued over Y2K?"

It's actually a pretty good question. After all, public schools don't produce software or any other product that could fail because it will be unable to accurately process data into and beyond January 1, 2000. Whether or not your students can accurately process data in the 21st...

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