Just as finals approached, David Orozco's family decided to drop internet access to save money. But the Canby High School senior had a group project on Bosnia and Herzegovina due in Economics class, and he needed to look up music on YouTube for choir practice. Now, school leaders have presented a possible solution to Orozco's problem, reports the Oregonian. Last month, they launched "Check It Out," a program that allows students to borrow laptops and wireless modems for free internet access at home. The program sheds light on a predicament facing families as they search for ways to trim...

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