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Office of News and Information
Johns Hopkins University
901 S. Bond Street, Suite 540
Baltimore, Maryland 21231
Phone: (443) 287-9960 | Fax (443) 287-9920

June 12, 2006
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
CONTACT: Amy Lunday
(443) 287-9960
amylunday@jhu.edu


The Johns Hopkins Tutorial Project
An after-school tutoring program for
elementary school children in Baltimore City

Click on the image to watch the video in Windows Media format.

The Johns Hopkins Tutorial Project has been helping city school students with their studies since 1958, making it the longest-running program of its kind in Baltimore. Through the years, it has served more than 5,000 students, pairing them with Johns Hopkins University undergraduates to receive one-on-one help in reading, math, and geography.

Approximately 100 children come to the Homewood campus twice a week during the school year for an hour of activities and educational games tailored to meet each child's needs. To see the students in action, watch the short video at the links below.

The video in Windows Media format.

Watch the video in QuickTime format. (QuickTime 5 or above needed to view.)

 

If you have any problems viewing these presentations, please contact Phil Sneiderman at: prs@jhu.edu

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