School districts in several Washington, D.C.-area counties have put tech-savvy students to work fixing computers. School officials say they are giving the students course credit as well as hands-on experience they can use in their careers. In return, the schools get help with a growing problem facing schools across the country: How to maintain their computers with limited budgets.

In Montgomery County, Md., school leaders say they have one tech support staffer for every 600


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