Top teens in Maryland district help struggling peers

Erik Kimel, now 22, launched his peer-tutoring business while still in high school, pairing struggling learners with older, high-achieving student tutors who are well paid for their efforts. "Students learn best from other students," Kimel said. "You want a peer. You want someone close to your own age."

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