Summer is used to test programs, reduce learning losses

08/11/2013 | Huffington Post, The

Schools across the country have been using the summer months to unveil innovative instructional programs and test curricula that could be used during the academic year. A program in New York City aimed to boost students' love of reading, while in Chicago, professional-development programs for teachers focused on revamping the reading curriculum for first- and second-grade students and on using lessons about water purification during school year.

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