Vox Humanitatis is about less resourced cultures, including education in their languages.
Many kids have never seen their mother language as written. They need to learn to write by single words. Many potential teachers, too, never saw their written mother language. They cannot "simply teach" in a language they cannot write, they need to learn it first. The world needs educational material "on all levels".
It's all about efficiency, as studying in one's mother tongue has much better results. Children can grow up with more than one language, and it is simpler to give education in wide spoken languages if we can pass a solid base in the languages people speak in their homes. Most of us had this opportunity, it is fair to make sure it is granted to all.
The digital divide is still huge, affecting some 80% of the world's population, but things can get better and the most cost-effective way to get study material to children is free contents and free software. Most less resourced cultures have no budget they can spend on these issues, for them it's either free or nothing.
This lead to an open agreement among various groups:
Operating system: Linux
Distribution: openSUSE Education
Software: KDE Education, mainly Parley for now, step by step also other contents
What is missing?
Hardware: a laptop/computer producer willing to preinstall openSUSE is needed
So that's a first glance about the ways to go in future when it comes to open or Free Education For All – FEFA.