Discover more about student learning during the summer, including summer school and summer camps
Student Well-Being How Districts Can Keep After-School and Summer Learning Alive After ESSER Dries Up
Roughly 8 in 10 school districts spent some of their federal COVID relief funds on after-school or summer learning.
Mathematics Q&A How to Support Black and Latino Students to Tackle Calculus
The founder of the Calculus Project speaks about how high school math pathways shape students’ postsecondary options.
Student Achievement What the Research Says The State of After-School and Summer Programs, in Charts
New federal data show most schools offer extended-time academic programs, but small percentages of students use them.
Student Well-Being Districts Make Tutoring a Top Priority in After-School Programs Funded by COVID Relief Aid
Roughly 8 in 10 school districts spent part of their federal COVID relief funds on afterschool or summer learning.
Student Well-Being Video Where These Urban Students Get To Learn About (and in) the Outdoors
This urban school district gives students the opportunity to learn in and about the outdoors at their district-owned farm.
Student Achievement What Two New Studies Reveal About Learning Recovery
Effective programs require putting "a lot of effort into implementation," said one researcher.
Equity & Diversity How to Make AP Classes Accessible and Equitable: District Leaders Share Strategies
Various presentations at the College Board's AP annual conference this month touched on equity concerns around the AP program.
Reading & Literacy Want Kids to Read in the Summer? School Librarians Can Help
A literacy expert breaks down factors that impact students' summer reading—-and they all involve school librarians.
Teaching Opinion Summertime: Relax, Enjoy, and Catch Up on Teaching and Learning Advice
Get research on summer learning, guidance on resetting for the new school year, and maybe a new favorite TV show.
Student Achievement Opinion 4 Ways to Make Summer and After-School Learning Effective
High-quality expanded learning programs can reverse students' disengagement and fill in missing skills.
Reading & Literacy Kids Aren't Reading for Pleasure as Much. Summer Is the Time to Reverse That
When it comes to learning, reading may be the single most important activity a child can do during summer.
Student Achievement Summer Schools Can Boost Learning, But Only If Students Attend
A new study finds Tennessee, like many states, has struggles with summer school absenteeism.
Social Studies Q&A Amid Public School Restrictions, 'Freedom Schools' in Florida Will Teach Black History
In St. Petersburg, Fla., a summer program focuses on the diverse histories of Africans and African Americans.
School & District Management Opinion Don’t Bewail Summer Vacation for Students, Rethink It
Students experience summer vacation differently, depending on family resources. We should rethink the tradition with that in mind.