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Webinar: Find out the Latest Research on Summer Learning
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A recent RAND Corporation study found that students attending voluntary, school district-led summer learning programs entered school in the fall with stronger mathematics skills than their peers who did not attend the programs. Register for the webinar now!

2/24/2015
When: 2/24/2015
1:00 to 2:00 PM EST

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Register today for a no-cost webinar on Tuesday, February 24th at 1 PM EST hosted by the National Summer Learning Association (NSLA) as The Wallace Foundation and the RAND Corporation take participants through the latest findings from their Summer Learning District Demonstration Project.

These new findings provide the first student outcome data in a six-year study of large-scale summer learning programs in five urban areas—the most comprehensive research on summer learning to date. It is part of a $50 million project funded by The Wallace Foundation to examine whether and how two consecutive summers of voluntary, district-led summer programs -- offering academic instruction and enrichment activities like arts and field trips -- help boost low-income students’ success in school.

Participants will gain promising practices related to student success and learn how districts are changing and improving their programs in response to the findings.


Register today for the webinar
on Tuesday, February 24, 2015 at 1 – 2 PM EST.

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