Open-enrollment summer programs slowly return to some districts

Summer school once was viewed as the last chance for failing students to turn around their performance. Later, open-enrollment programs, in which all students could avoid summer learning loss, took off. In recent years, many such programs were cut from shrinking budgets, but now appear to be rebounding in some areas -- spurred by research showing summer programs help improve student achievement.

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