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What do you know about the “summer slide”?

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On average, children from low-income families lose how many months' worth of reading skills each summer?

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Children from low-income families lose two or more months of reading skills each summer on average. This is known as the summer slide.

True or false: the summer slide is cumulative, meaning that the achievement gap between children from wealthier homes and those from low-income homes widens every year.

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True: The summer slide is cumulative. That means that every year the achievement gap between children from wealthier homes and those from low-income homes gets bigger.

Summer learning loss during elementary years accounts for how much of the reading achievement gap between children from high- and low-income families, by the time they reach 9th grade?

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It has been estimated that summer slide during the elementary school years alone accounts for at least half of the ninth-grade reading achievement gap between children from high- and low-income families!

By the end of the six-week program, CDF Freedom Schools scholars...

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All of the above. CDF Freedom Schools empower youth to excel and believe in their ability to make a difference in themselves and their world. At the end of the six-week program, CDF Freedom Schools scholars have gained an average of 8 months of reading skills, own a brand new collection of high-quality books, and are prepared to start the new year strong and ready to learn!

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2019-05-31T14:58:56-05:00May 30th, 2019|