Summer School

Correspondent Karen Grigsby Bates speaks with Kenneth Gold and Ron Fairchild about the evolution and value of summer school. Fairchild is the executive director of Teach Baltimore, a Johns Hopkins University program that provides summer reading instruction to public school children and Gold, an education professor, is the author of School's In: The History of Summer Education in American Public Schools.

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