Preventing Summer Learning Loss Out of School Time programs/Afterschool Programs

Course Number
CS14: 11
Overview
Summer learning opportunities are critical in strengthening students’ academic achievement, closing the achievement gap, and supporting working families. This training is designed to provide a framework for summer educational engagement and the importance of doing so to combat summer learning loss by providing information, resources, tools, and discussions that will help school-age programs strengthen the role that they can play in supporting students and helping them to retain their school-year skills. Participants will learn about and explore national and local academic resources.
Objective
  • Examine national and local academic resources to analyze their relevance and effectiveness for educational purposes,
  • Evaluate various summer academic models to determine their strengths and limitations,
  • Develop a plan for implementing summer programming based on acquired knowledge and insights.
Course Hours
6.00

Scheduled Event(s) for this Course
REQUIRES REGISTRATION Overview

Target program type(s): After School/ Out-of-School Time

Target audience: Directors, Administrators, and Site Coordinators

Target age group: N/A

Training Address: Online via Zoom

Does this training apply to diverse learners? Yes

All participants must be registered in order to receive credit (EEC Training Hours) for their participation.

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