Author: Lisa Panka & Joanna Merrithey - June 25, 2020
Every year, parents and teachers talk about the learning loss that occurs over the long summer break. Many teachers spend the first weeks of a new school year reviewing concepts to make up for the “summer slide.” This year’s learning loss may be more drastic because of the students’ absence from their schools for an extended period of time. How can educators and parents lessen the impact of extended stay-at-home orders on student growth?
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