Research over a hundred years has shown the value of summer learning programs.
In today’s environment of raising standards and increasing demands for achievement, many young people cannot afford to take the summer off. Studies suggest that students can lose two months of grade level equivalency during the summer and eliminate gains achieved during the school year.
The effect of summer learning loss on student performance is more significant for low-income students. Many studies have shown that the lack of quality summer opportunities is a significant factor in the achievement gap.
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