Tag: Summer Learning

Young boy and his mother reading together on a park bench
 

The Moral Imperative to Act Is Crystallized by the Knowledge That Action Can Make A Difference: Part II

Editor’s Note: As managing director of the Campaign for Grade-Level Reading since 2010, Ralph Smith has been forging consensus around ensuring that children reach the critical developmental milestone… Read More



The Moral Imperative to Act Is Crystallized by the Knowledge That Action Can Make A Difference: Part I

Editor’s Note: As managing director of the Campaign for Grade-Level Reading since 2010, Ralph Smith has been forging consensus around ensuring that children reach the critical developmental milestone… Read More






Summer Learning Impact Lasts All School Year

Editor’s Note: Mary Kelly is the Executive Director of the Association of Florida Teaching Artists (AFTA) — an association of fine arts, literary arts, and performing arts professionals who also teach. She has over 30 years of experience instructing students… Read More


El impacto del aprendizaje de verano dura todo el año escolar

Nota del editor: Mary Kelly es la Directora Ejecutiva de la Association of Florida Teaching Artists (AFTA), una asociación de profesionales de bellas artes, artes literarias y artes escénicas que también enseñan. Kelly tiene más de 30 años de experiencia… Read More