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Many students suffer the “summer slide,” or summer learning loss, with most students losing 2 months of mathematical skills, and low-income students typically losing another 2 – 3 months in reading every summer. Youth may also lose vital supports such as access to healthy meals, academic enrichment, social and emotional support, arts, sports, and connections to healthcare. High quality summer learning programs and camps ensure all children, regardless of identity or income, have the opportunity to stay engaged, learning, and thriving during the summer months.

Summer Factsheet Georgia Statewide Afterschool Network

Summer Landscape Report National Summer Learning Association, United Way of Greater Atlanta, & Georgia Statewide Afterschool Network

Summer Activity Guide 50 State Afterschool Network & Georgia Statewide Afterschool Network

Summer Learning Toolkit National Summer Learning Association & The Wallace Foundation

Knowledge Center National Summer Learning Association

Tools for Measuring Youth Development Outcomes American Camp Association

Putting Summer to Work: Getting a Head Start on the Common Core Summer Matters

Database: Start With a Book Reading Rockets

Summer Food Service Programs