Technology enhances summer learning programs

Educators are finding technology can play a vital role in maintaining and improving student achievement during the summer months by allowing a level of personalization that is more difficult amid the demands of the school year. Computer-based learning often is integrated into traditional brick-and-mortar programs, providing the structure that has been found to help students, particularly those who are from disadvantaged backgrounds, succeed.

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