With after-school programming, learning doesn't stop

10/15/2009 | Arizona Daily Star (Tucson)

Educators at an Arizona elementary school are using state grant money to fund an after-school program they say will keep students engaged in learning and improve achievement. One student says that without the program -- which provides help with reading, writing, technology and homework -- she would be at home "doing nothing."

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