Spring is in bloom across the country and summer learning providers are gearing up for their time in the sun. Planning may have been happening for months, but there’s plenty more to do. To help with this, Wallace pulled together eight key summer learning practices from RAND’s Getting to Work on Summer Learning (2nd edition) report. The report distills lessons from the National Summer Learning Project, a multiyear effort to understand whether and how voluntary district-run summer learning programs can help promote success in school.
These eight key summer learning practices for elementary school districts cover best practices for fostering a positive climate, academic instruction, maximizing attendance and more. Check out the one-pager below as a reference guide or share the infographic with your colleagues on social media.
And don’t forget to check out our Summer Learning Toolkit for other resources to help you get your program off to a strong start.