Two students accused of crashing school's Wi-Fi to avoid taking online tests

The two New Jersey high school students allegedly took requests from other students as well to avoid having to take internet-based exams.
0:32 | 04/08/19

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Greg ice finally how to avoid a test for the new generation. Two freshman at the caucus high school in New Jersey are in deep trouble after allegedly crashing their schools Wi-Fi network to get out of taking test. The boys are being charged with criminal activity and conspiracy. And also apparently took requests from other students to bring the network down. So now apparently a lot of the school's curriculum is Internet based so taking down the wife I was a major. This eruption hey a stem educational bill four ERA.

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