Back to school: seniors help struggling students

  • Article by: NORMAN DRAPER , Star Tribune
  • Updated: April 13, 2011 - 4:29 PM

A growing number of Minnesota seniors who have left the workforce are giving back by going back to school.

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lubug2Apr. 13, 11 2:49 PM

Funny example to use for this story. Isn't it "Bartholomew Cubbins," not "Barthomew Cubbins," as is shown in the photo?

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marshellasApr. 26, 11 3:28 PM

This is a great effort taken by the seniors. Our present education system does not always provide the challenges that (China and India offer to their students) can bring out the best from a student. Every American student has the capability to complete their school and hold postsecondary degrees. They have the expertise and talent; online tutoring services like tutorteddy.com helps to bring that out by providing them all essential helps at the most reasonable cost. Some of them offer online math scholarship program to help deserving underprivileged American students learning math at free of cost. There are many students in our country, who can’t continue with their studies due to lack of proper guidance and poor financial background. They can take advantage of online tutoring services, especially those that offer scholarships or free tutoring.

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