Protecting kids from summer learning loss
from The Seattle Times (commentary)
Many children equate summer with vacation, adventure and new experiences that create lasting memories. However, for more than 472,000 of Washington's children living in poverty, summer means boredom and hunger. These kids have limited access to fun summer programs that keep them learning, nourished and ready to return to school on track and at grade level in the fall.
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