As the school year winds down and thoughts turn to summer break, educators are asking themselves an important question: What can we do to ensure students don’t lose ground academically over the summer? The answer for many schools and districts is turning to summer learning programs. But if we want these programs to be truly equitable, we must rethink how they’re designed. Dive in and take a look at the entire article here. How can we make summer learning more equitable and give everyone the chance to succeed when they return to school in September? We would love to hear your thoughts! Feel free to contact us!
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