Maine high schoolers rebuild computers

01/3/2007 | Portland Press Herald (Maine)

Maine teacher Mike Harrison teaches students in his information technology class to refurbish old computers that are then given to college students without access to computers. Harrison's vocational school builds about 12 new computers annually, and machines older than four years are stripped and replaced with upgraded software.

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