Nearly 1,000 inner-city Phoenix high school students are getting an incentive to keep a "C" average. Businesses around the country have donated used computers or partnered with schools to supply new laptops to chosen sophomores. The students—who will take the equipment home on a loan until they transfer or graduate—also are required to stay out of trouble and stay in school in order to keep the computers.

The Phoenix Union High School District's $1.2 million giveaway may

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