You’ve probably heard parents and teachers mention the dreaded “summer slide” when discussing summer plans for their students.
According to researchers at Johns Hopkins University, students “lose about two months of grade level equivalency in mathematical computation skills over the summer months.”
The summer slide can have long-lasting effects on a student’s academic life. “Early summer learning losses have later life consequences, including high school curriculum placement, whether kids drop out of high school, and whether they attend college.”
Unfortunately summer learning loss poses a real threat to a student’s academic success and confidence, but fortunately there are ways to combat it. Find the right summer math program with Mathnasium Summer offerings.
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