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Research Advisory Council

The National Summer Learning Association Research Advisory Council brings together the nation’s foremost researchers on youth, education, and out-of-school time to take stock of the current research on summer learning and develop a new research agenda for the field.

With these experts, NSLA synthesizes and publishes research briefs that illustrate the problem of summer learning loss and the positive impact of a variety of supports and interventions during the summer in helping to address inequities and close the achievement gap.

Members:

  • Karl Alexander (Chair), Johns Hopkins University
  • Catherine Augustine, RAND Corporation
  • Kimber Bogard, National Academy of Sciences
  • Geoffrey Borman, University of Wisconsin-Madison
  • Linda Goetze, University of New Mexico
  • Georgia Hall, National Institute on Out-of-School Time
  • James Kim, Harvard University
  • Joseph Mahoney, Elizabethtown College
  • Adam Maltese, Indiana University – Bloomington
  • Jennifer Sloan McCombs, RAND Corporation
  • Nail Naftzger, American Institutes for Research
  • Gil Noam, Harvard University
  • Meredith Phillips, UCLA
  • Sherry Siclair, Collaborative Summer Library Program
  • Marc Stein, Johns Hopkins University
  • Deborah Lowe Vandell, University of California – Irvine
  • Paul von Hippel, University of Texas – Austin
  • Nikki Yamashiro, Afterschool Alliance

Contact Rachel Gwaltney at rgwaltney@summerlearning.org for more information on the NSLA Research Advisory Council.



 
 
 
 
 
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