High-school computer programming students in Kentucky recently worked at an event to refurbish donated computers, which were then distributed to the students for them to take home. The students were allowed to select the computers and the upgrades for the devices. Officials said they hope to hold similar events in the future, which they say will help develop students' skills as computer programmers and help them find jobs.
Ky. high-school students invest "sweat equity" in refurbished computers
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