Tutoring Error Fails At-Risk Kids

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Columbus Dispatch

Sep 7, 12:00 AM

Errors cost 1,600 Columbus students a tuto

More than 1,600 needy students were shut out of tutoring because the Columbus school district left millions of federal dollars on the table, a state report says. An audit of the district’s management of the federally required tutoring program for poor children in struggling schools found that Columbus spent about $5.7 million less than it could have on tutoring over the past three school years.

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