A third-grader at Samuel W. Tucker Elementary School in Alexandria, Va., Ahmed Hamdi hasn't seen much of his class in the past few months. That's because he was diagnosed with leukemia and only goes to school two days a week. To keep him connected to his classroom and his schoolmates, the Lombardi Cancer Center has given Ahmed and his teacher, Lynda Decker Gallagher, laptop computers, so Ahmed can "attend" school while he's recovering, CNN reports. On a day Ahmed is home, he sets up the laptop, hits a few buttons, and he's transported by satellite into his homeroom. Gallagher and

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