“The staff all liked the idea, so the school’s technology and shop teachers quickly designed and built a solar-powered wireless device on the back of a trailer and, in April, parked it in a local lot. Students flocked to the site …The division has built 23 units that are scattered around the county, and students in its Career & Technical Education class are now working on 10 more. They’re calling them WOW units, for Wireless on Wheels.” COVID has made rural schools suddenly responsible for getting internet to kids in remote, unserved areas. (This is an inspiring story. But it’s crazy that, decades into the internet revolution, millions of kids are being educated at CompuServe speeds.)