Wis. students hold 5K fundraiser to purchase new technology

04/23/2012 | Oshkosh Northwestern (Wis.)

Students at a Wisconsin middle school held a 5K race to help raise money for technology. The event was planned following the school's installation of wireless Internet. Without technology, such as iPads, educators say they are unable to take advantage of the wireless capability. Students also held a competition to see which class could raise the most funds separate from the race.

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