Boston Public School teacher Liz Byron has had enough with the lack of resources holding her students back, the Huffington Post reports. She's frustrated with the fact that in a digital era, her 42 sixth-grade students only have four laptops to share in school. So the 28-year-old Gardner Pilot Academy special education teacher is taking the matter into her own hands -- by embarking on a 155-mile ultramarathon through the Sahara desert to raise $50,000 for 30 new laptops for her students, WBZ reports. The Marathon Des Sables is the equivalent of six regular marathons, and...

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