College students provide free after-school tutoring through program

12/14/2009 | Pasadena Star-News (Calif.)

Students from a local college are providing free after-school homework help to students ages 5 to 12 at a California public library. Librarians say the program -- which runs for four hours, five days a week -- attracts about 20 to 30 students seeking help each day. "It's packed all the time, and they are all here for the free tutoring service," one librarian said.

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