|By Noreen S. Ahmed-Ullah, Chicago Tribune|
|McClatchy-Tribune Information Services|
Meanwhile, Match helps high school students catch up to grade level in math with an hour a day of small-group tutoring for freshmen and sophomores.
A study by the
In March, Emanuel announced the expansion of Match, half of whose participants are also enrolled in BAM. The math tutoring program, Emanuel said, would soon reach 1,000 students thanks to a
On Monday, the mayor's office said the additional federal funds will be divided--
"Through this investment, BAM and Match, which have grown substantially in just a few years, will be providing thousands of
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