With break almost over, teachers can still stem summer learning loss
from Education DIVE
With summer break rounding the halfway mark toward a new school year, educators will find that not every pupil forgot the previous year's lessons during the time off. Experts believe summer learning loss is a bit more nuanced and doesn't impact every student the same way. "Some students have gains. There’s not a set number for everyone," Rebecca Lavinson, policy associate with the nonprofit American Youth Policy Forum in Washington, D.C., told Education Dive. Lavinson suggests that any outreach from educators — whether at the start of summer, ideally or later — is helpful.
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