razorbackmama Posted November 3, 2012 Share Posted November 3, 2012 I was talking with a literacy specialist friend of mine today, and she was telling me that often she'll talk with parents of high schoolers who really need tutoring to get their reading skills up to par, but because they are having to spend so much time on work for CREDIT, they don't, since the tutoring work would not be for credit. She was asking me if I knew how it might be possible to put together some sort of remedial work yet have this work count towards a credit of some sort. I told her the only thing I could come up with would be an elective of some sort, but even then I wasn't sure how it would look. So I thought I'd ask the true experts...The Hive.:D Do y'all have any idea of how this might be possible? She is working with homeschoolers, public schoolers, and everything in between. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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