Teacher to Run 155-Mile Ultra Hardcore Death Race … for Laptops

Among Liz Byron’s 42 sixth-grade students, there are only four laptops to share. Not good enough for her students, and not good enough for her.

The 28-year-old special education teacher at Gardner Pilot Academy is dedicated to bringing her students

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into the digital age in a spectacular way. She’s going to embark on an insanely challenging 155-mile ultra-marathon … through the Sahara Desert. She’s working to raise the $50,000 needed to purchase 30 more laptops and to sponsor her race in the Marathon Des Sables in Morrocco, a six-day annual event considered to be the toughest foot race on the planet.

Sand storms.

120-degree heat.

155 miles of it.

As a teacher of numbers, Liz Byron might tell you to do the math.

Check out the local news’ coverage of Byron’s story:

Interested in helping Byron reach her $50,000 goal? Head over to her Crowdrise page and pledge your support! Read more about Byron’s story at Huffington Post.