DETROIT – On Tuesday, the K-12 Alliance of Michigan -- representing hundreds of thousands of students, teachers and schools -- held a roundtable to give a glimpse of issues facing students, teachers and learning.
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Ad“One way is to get kids, particularly minority and low-poverty kids, do tutoring throughout the summer and school, and pay them.
So, both they get a professional experience and they get a positive relationship, and they contribute to helping with this learning loss,” DeVault said.