I use Dreamweaver to build the templates and have the teachers use contribute.  It has worked out great, and even the non-computer savvy teachers use it with out a problem.  I am also pretty sure they have a mac client for it.   No matter what the client is, I will recommend having several afterschool training sessions.  Not so much to teach different things, but just to give the teachers time to edit pages with a person they think is experienced.

Here are the schools i have set up:

Bjorn Behrendt
Technology Director
Proctor School District
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School Information Technology Discussion <[log in to unmask]> on Wednesday, November 02, 2005 at 2:46 PM -0500 wrote:
Hi all,

I currently use Adobe GoLive to create Winooski's web pages. We are  
going to start encouraging other staff members to help me build the  
web pages - teachers, secretaries, etc. I think for them, Adobe  
GoLive might be a little too much - especially since I'll have to do  
the professional development. Can anyone suggest a web page design  
program that will work on OS 9 and below (as well as OS X if  
possible) for macintosh computers that is easy for all to use, and  
has built in FTP capability?


Bryan Thompson
Technology Coordinator
Winooski School District
Winooski, VT 05404