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Scholars Identify Favorite Summer Learning Experiences

Published: December 21, 2015

What happens when scholars spend time in the summer creating art, visiting science museums, and playing basketball, as well as honing their academic skills?

Scholars gain confidence, strengthen their communication and teamwork skills, and become more interested and engaged in learning. After all, learning isn't only academic - scholars' social and emotional development are equally important to their long-term success.

Don't take our word for it - see what teachers and parents say in our summer and afterschool Impact Reports.