Tenn. educators work to overcome challenges of middle-school years:

It is too late to engage students in education after they reach high school, according to educators in Tennessee who are working to improve achievement in middle school. Their initiative includes additional training for teachers, more class time and an effort to help students enjoy learning. "They say that by the time you reach high school, you are the person you are going to be, so we want to reach them before that so we can help mold them in the proper manner," said Damon Hayes, a Title I coordinator at a middle school in North Nashville, Tenn.

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