Tag: summer learning
While many students and parents look forward to their annual summer break from learning, the reality is that the summer break can lead to a significant loss in reading and math skills. This effect is especially pronounced among low-income students, who have less access to summer learning programs.
Learning should never stop and that’s especially true during the summer break. Studies have shown that students lose significant progress in math and reading over the summer. That effect is magnified for children living in economically-disadvantaged populations. This is the main issue that over 300 experts from Extended-Learning Opportunity (ELO) programs across the country were […]