N.Y. high-school students learn about the power of $10 from math teacher

06/5/2013 | Observer-Dispatch (Utica, N.Y.)

Every year for the past dozen years, Clinton, N.Y., High School math teacher Nancy Zumpano has given each of her students $10 of her own money with the only direction that the money must be used to help someone else. The event has grown over to the years to include a Make a Difference Rally, in which students present their service projects.

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