Newspaper investigation: Many needy students still await tutors

06/19/2007 | Miami Herald (free registration), The

Of more than 9,000 Broward parents who signed up for free after-school tutoring for their children in September, just 3,300 students had received the assistance as of May, according to a Miami Herald investigation. The Herald said poor administration of the program led to tutoring companies being overwhelmed by demand, unable to serve students near their homes or schools and getting bad contact information.

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