Teachers suggest ways to keep students learning during summer months

06/7/2013 | Washington Post, The

Students lose as much as two to three months of what they've learned over the summer months, asserts Gary Huggins, CEO of the National Summer Learning Association. In this blog post, teachers offer tips to keep students learning over the summer. Suggestions are offered for all levels of students, including the recommendation to combine play and learning for elementary-school students.

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