INDIANAPOLIS — An opportunity to fulfill graduation requirements will be available this fall to high school juniors and seniors who tutor younger students, an option that could help fill gaps in education left by remote learning, according to area lawmakers.

State Rep. Doug Miller, R-Elkhart, said students can experience some form of learning loss over summer break, meaning they do not retain some of the lessons they learned the previous school year. Most are typically able to relearn these lessons quickly.

Source: Indiana House Republicans

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