Summer program in Mo. helps migrant students with learning gaps

A summer program in Missouri is using small classes grouped by ability, rather than age, to help migrant children fill gaps in their math and literacy skills. Educators say they teach students key skills, such as the academic language needed for math, through a mixture of hands-on learning and technology programs.

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