Mich. middle-school students learn math at nearby college

Eighth-grade students from Garden City Middle School in Michigan are learning integers, slope and other math concepts two days a week through a special program at a local college. Faculty at the college teach students how math relates to real-life situations. "Right now, we are relating it to gaming. We are talking about storage space on their computers. When you delete a program, you have more space," said Anita Guethlein, an assistant who works in the learning assistance center.

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Observer & Eccentric Newspapers (Livonia, Mich.)

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