INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) - Students at one Indianapolis school are about to learn how much technology they use every day.
Gambold Prep Magnet High School students will not be able to use cell phones, iPads, iPods and computers for 24 hours, Indianapolis Public Schools officials said.
The exercise is for freshman students only, and the goal is to show how reliant they are on technology.
Students will journal about the experience, including what they did with their time and what they missed most about not having technology.
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