By Phyllis Moore
Published in News on July 27, 2010 1:46 PM
Carver Heights student Tanijah Cobb uses plastic colored blocks to help her solve math problems Thursday morning during summer school classes at Carver Heights Elementary. Funding cuts forced the district to limit participation in summer school last year, but this summer more than 1,200 students benefited from the extra help and enrichment classes.
Nearly 1,200 students are attending summer school this year, the largest session in years because the district has lacked funding to hold it. Wayne County Public Schools received stimulus money to run the five-week program for its Title I schools,...
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