Math Tutoring Adds Up

January 22, 2018

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Math Tutor Deena Fujimoto and Christina Lynch


Story by Alex Mann
Capital Style Magazine
September 2017

Christina got pregnant at 16. struggling with anxiety during her teenage pregnancy, she felt disconnected from her peers, like she was being judged. She was hesitant to ask for help from teachers after falling behind, worrying about how others would perceive her. School seemed to be an uphill battle and the challenges of motherhood loomed. So she dropped out.

Almost a decade later, she regrets dropping out but is determined to secure a better life for herself, and her two children: an 8-year-old son and 6-year-old daughter. Getting a GED is paramount to doing so. It is going to be a big weight lifted,” Lynch said. “I can finally go to college.”

Lynch has easily passed the first three sections for her GED, but math is her nemesis. Math Tutor Deena Fujimoto reports, however, that Christina is making great progress in developing her math skills and is confident she will pass this last section in the coming months.

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