Survey: Summer learning loss causes teachers to re-teach lessons

06/23/2013 | Huffington Post, The

Most teachers report they spend a significant amount of time re-teaching information that students have forgotten over the summer break, according to a recent survey by the National Summer Learning Association. Also, a separate study suggests the problem may be particularly bad among disadvantaged youth. The survey by the NSLA, which hosts summer-learning programs, found that many teachers believe summer-learning programs would help curb the loss.

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