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What Parents Can Do in the Absence of Summer Programs

By Kaylee Domzalski — July 13, 2020 4:27

The coronavirus pandemic has forced many summer programs across the country to cancel their plans or switch to virtual learning, leaving their students out of options for summer enrichment activities. In this video, Matthew Boulay, the founder of the National Summer Learning Association, and Jodi Musoff, an education specialist at the Child Mind Institute, share their advice on summer learning for parents dealing with canceled camps and virtual programs.

Kaylee Domzalski is a video producer for Education Week, working to tell impactful stories.
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