Mont. middle-school program enlists older students as math leaders

01/8/2013 | KULR-TV (Billings, Mont.)

Educators from Montana State University, Billings, have created an after-school program in which middle-school students can get math help from a local high-school or college student. Officials hope that by working with another young person, the students will form a personal bond that will inspire higher math achievement.

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