A group of Indiana elementary school students recently held a friendly demonstration at the Statehouse to ask lawmakers for more technology funding at their schools.

The students came from Plainfield and South Bend to greet lawmakers in front of the state capitol, toting gifts that were meant to symbolize the value of educational technology.

"We want the (legislators) to know these kids use technology in the classroom--it's not something 'extra,'" Suellen Reed, Plainfield's superintendent of public instruction, told the Indianapolis News.

Fifth-grader Andy Hughes had something to say to Indiana lawmakers, telling them "how important it is

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