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2014-09-15T17:10:23+05:30

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Imagine it’s the first day of school. You’re a sixth grade student. You walk into a new classroom in a new school, meet the teacher, greet old friends, and get into a new routine, perhaps very different from what you did during summer break. As students settle into their seats, the teacher writes a question on the board and asks you to write in your journal: “How did you spend your summer vacation?” Many Americans have an idyllic image of summer as a carefree, happy time when “kids can be kids,” enjoying such experiences as summer camp; time with family; vacations; and trips to museums, parks, and libraries. While this picture holds true for wealthier kids, summer break looks very different for poorer children. Wealthier children and youth typically access a wide variety of resources that help them grow both academically and developmentally over the summer, but poorer children often struggle to access basic needs such as healthy meals and medical care. Summer is thus a time when the rich get richer and the poor get poorer. Some of this difference is due to public policy. Although policies guarantee that all children and youth have access to public education and school-based resources from September to June, guaranteed access to summer resources is rare. This paper analyzes the current landscape of public policies that directly or indirectly support summer learning opportunities for young people in kindergarten through twelfth grade. Based on this review, we draw several conclusions. First, policies supporting summer learning opportunities are scarce. 

 

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2014-09-16T16:25:55+05:30

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Dear Diary,         We, the class of 6,had went for the annual summer camp for the last two weeks. It was so much fun. We swapped goodies, shared scary stories, barbecued and sung and danced. It was a blast.Okay dear diary, I'm running out of time. I'll again update you with the latest news.                                                                                                     Amisha
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