The Arizona Republic reports on the third annual Techathalon, staged at a Boys & Girls Club in Phoenix. The event brought 247 local students together to compete in contests that showcased their computer skills. Among the competitions were a PowerPoint presentation event, a computer construction contest, and a commputer trouble-shooting challenge. The Techathalon was designed to combat the digital divide, as many of its participants are immigrants and first-generation Americans.
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