Minn. high school offers math interventions during lunch

11/19/2013 | Star Tribune (Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minn.)

A Minnesota high school is offering math intervention sessions during lunch for students who want to improve scores on math tests or who need additional support but are unable to stay after school. Students participating in the intervention program are given permission to go to the front of the lunch line to get their meals before going to a computer classroom for the rest of the lunch period.

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