Keeping Kids Intellectually Engaged In The Summer

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Guests

Ron Fairchild, founder, Smarter Learning Group
Jessica Cunningham
, chief academic officer, KIPP DC

Studies show that students lose months of reading and math skills over summer vacation. That knowledge loss adds up — especially for children of low-income families — but it can be mitigated by keeping students engaged all year long.

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