Kan. middle school uses summer for extra math lessons

06/18/2014 | KWCH-TV (Wichita, Kan.)

A Kansas middle school launched a three-week summer math academy this year after reviewing student test scores and discovering a need for extra math instruction. The summer program uses a blended-learning model. "It gives us a chance in the summer to kind of snag some kids that we might have missed and slipped through the cracks," principal Jeff Freund said.

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