Sprint is helping Cleveland high school students

(Cuyahoga County) - Mobile phone provider Sprint is taking steps to help Cleveland kids do their homework.  

The company says they will be providing 1,500 Cleveland Metropolitan School District high school students with free mobile devices and access to wi-fi.  

The devices are part of the one million project, Sprint's effort aimed at providing one million school students with access to the internet.  Students at Cleveland's John Hay High School will get their devices next week.

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