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Tutoring programs aim to help students keep pace with classes

By Phyllis Moore
Published in News on June 20, 2012 1:46 PM

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Chelsea Millard, left, a tutor at Focused Intervention, helps Tamia Bryant with her math skills assignment during summer camp at the center on Royall Avenue. Selena Worrell, owner, was a former educator and also works with the state on providing remediation services at schools in Wayne and surrounding counties as well as after-school and summer tutoring to students in math and reading.

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Ashiya Broadie reads a book as part of the Focused Intervention language arts curriculum.

Selena Worrell believes that with the right encouragement, students can succeed. Her own career as an educator came about by accident, following cutbacks at the company where she had worked for eight years. She learned about the lateral entry...

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