Radio: Millions of students miss out on tutoring

08/16/2006 | National Public Radio

National Public Radio reporter Elaine Korry probes why 2 million eligible children in high-poverty schools haven't received federally-funded tutoring. The U.S. Education Department thinks districts have been dragging their feet in publicizing the program, while school systems say they need more money and, depending on their location, more access to tutoring vendors.

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