High-school math tutors make a difference with younger students

01/13/2013 | Detroit Free Press

Some middle-school students at Clark Preparatory Academy in Detroit are seeing their math test scores rise after receiving regular help from tutors from a nearby high school. High-school students in the program are trained and earn elective credit. They spend two hours a week working with middle-schoolers and are paid for their work.

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