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    March 28, 2014 3:41 PM
    Some high school students outside Washington, D.C., have made it their mission to help young children in need. As VOA's June Soh reports, they offer free tutoring to disadvantaged students. Amy Katz narrates.

    High School Students Offer Free Tutoring to Children in Need

    Published March 28, 2014

    Some high school students outside Washington, D.C., have made it their mission to help young children in need. As VOA's June Soh reports, they offer free tutoring to disadvantaged students. Amy Katz narrates.


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