Study: Struggling students benefit from work with senior citizens

04/9/2009 | Christian Science Monitor, The · ScienceDaily

Students who struggle with reading are being tutored by volunteers with Experience Corps, which has programs in 23 cities nationwide. A study found that students involved in the tutoring program perform 60% better in reading on state tests than peers with similar backgrounds and abilities.

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