Conn. school adds math, reading classes for struggling students

08/25/2013 | Day (New London, Conn.) (free registration), The

Educators at Robert E. Fitch High School in Groton, Conn., are launching new math and reading support classes to give struggling students additional help in these subjects. Students will be recommended for the semester-long classes based on teacher feedback and standardized test scores. The classes will be capped at 10 students per class and take the place of an elective or other course.

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