Calif. district aims to help struggling students catch up over the summer

07/2/2013 | Monterey County Herald (Calif.), The

In the wake of budget cuts that forced the Monterey County, Calif., district to reduce spending on summer school, officials say they are enrolling fewer students and focusing primarily on those who already have fallen behind. This concerns many educators and experts who say the summer programs offered in the district and elsewhere are among the main tools they have in combating summer learning loss.

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