Pittsburgh to offer summer-school programs that feel more like camp

11/8/2009 | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Pittsburgh school officials are trying to enroll middle-school students who are struggling with literacy by providing summer-school programs with a camp-like feel. Students will learn camp cheers and hear from motivational speakers before attending classes such as "Criminal Mastermind: Writing the Perfect Getaway Scene" that are aimed at improving reading and writing skills while allowing students to explore career options.

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