Summer program uses projects, games to keep students sharp

Summer programs at two Kentucky schools use games and hands-on projects to teach math and other core academic subjects to incoming sixth- through eighth-grade students. The four-week program is voluntary and designed to keep students' skills sharp during summer break.

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