Learning from Summer: Effects of Voluntary Summer Learning Programs on Low-Income Urban Youth
Posted by Wallace Foundation on October 10, 2016
Tracking summer learning research is essential to design effective summer programs, which are often one of the extended education pillars of community schools across the nation. This month we recommend a ground-breaking study, Learning from Summer: Effects of Voluntary Summer Learning Programs on Low-Income Urban Youth, authored by the RAND Corporation and The Wallace Foundation, published this month, and perhaps the largest research study ever conducted on voluntary summer learning.
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