Lowcountry private school uses peer mentors for special ed

April 12, 2015 4:01 AM

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It's fifth period before lunch on the last day of school before Easter break in Ms. Boudreaux's English class.

Five students are hunched over a table, taking turns idly reading out loud from an abridged version of "Little Women." They're on the last page of chapter 12 with only 30 minutes of class to go. Chase Saulisbury, a handsome senior on the football team, helps the girl next to him, Lilly Colwell, soun...

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