Teaching students gain experience at community summer school

Special-education majors at Kentucky's Austin Peay State University are among the staff at a community center where children in grades 2-4 receive enrichment courses in core subjects during summer vacation. "This is a good way for my students to get to work with diverse students. This helps teach them on the spot how to accommodate for different needs and stages of learning," associate education professor Moniqueka Gold said.

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