The Rochester City School District is spending more than $5 million in federal funds to provide free tutoring for low-income students.
The program is part of the Bush-era No Child Left Behind initiative.
But, as WXXI's Helene Biandudi reports, that long-standing requirement might soon be dropped, and the jury is out as to whether that would be good or bad for students.
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