High-school students teach economics to struggling middle-schoolers

04/9/2012 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

Students from Loyola High School in Los Angeles are fulfilling the community service requirement for their Advanced Placement economics class by teaching the subject to middle-school students. The high-schoolers are giving back to the community as they reinforce concepts they're learning in their own class. "This experience has been incredible," said high-school student Conrad Ukropina.

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