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Continued: Student's project turned into a million-dollar baby

  • Article by: DICK YOUNGBLOOD , Star Tribune
  • Last update: March 7, 2006 - 11:24 PM

"But they [College Tutors] had exactly the reading program my daughter needed for her dyslexia as well as a niche for her ADHD," Adams said.

The bottom line: In little more than five months, "her English teacher says she's gained a grade and a half in reading comprehension," Adams said. And thanks to the tutors, "getting her daily homework done is no longer a battle."

Dick Youngblood • 612-673-4439 • yblood@startribune.com

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