Wis. students help peers by co-teaching with math teachers

Seventeen advanced math students at a Wausau, Wis., high school co-teach alongside teachers in lower-level math classes to assist struggling students. High-achieving math students act as teacher's aides by working with peers who are having difficulties, an idea that came from a student. Wausau East High School math teacher Brian Buege installed the program called Math Co-Teaching.

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