When children leave the classroom behind for summer break,
they lose some of the information gained during the school year. According to
the National Summer Learning Association, research over the past 100 years
shows that all children experience summer learning loss when they do not engage
in educational activity during the summer. The amount of learning loss
varies from a few weeks to three months. River City Scholars Charter Academy
principal Amena Moiz discusses ways you can help your child continue to learn
over summer break during this interview on WOOD radio.
Click here to learn how to prevent summer learning loss for your child.