Research from NWEA shows that students may return to school this fall with “roughly only 70% of the learning gains in reading relative to a typical school year and less than 50% of the gains in math.” This summer, there are more online resources for families to help keep their students learning. Celebrate National Summer Learning Week by checking out resources from Khan Academy, Ed Navigator, Class in Session With Jeb Bush, Learning Heroes, National Summer Learning Association and Wide Open School.
It’s National #SummerLearningWeek! How are you celebrating?
— America's Promise (@AmericasPromise) July 8, 2020
Yesterday's theme may have been all about books & literacy, but if your reading about science, writing a report, or interpreting an experiment, you're covering STEM & literacy together! Mix and match #SummerLearningWeek themes to create your own path of discovery. #SummerMatters pic.twitter.com/cuTSIXOoFs
— summerlearning (@summerlearning) July 8, 2020
— Learning Heroes (@BeALearningHero) July 8, 2020
— Reading Partners (@ReadingPartners) July 7, 2020
☀️ Reading and writing doesn’t have to be boring! Here are five creative ways to boost your child’s reading and writing skills this summer. ⬇️Help close that summer learning gap: https://t.co/4Vmd6YgjSy #SummerLearningWeek #K12learn pic.twitter.com/CQHLhRBnGU
— K12 Inc. (@K12Learn) July 7, 2020