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Summer 2021: How California Educators Met the Moment with Re-engagement, Reconnection, and Reimagined Learning

Summer 2021 saw an unprecedented level of attention and infusion of public funding to increase access and expand the role of high-quality summer learning and enrichment programs. These investments sought to respond to the negative effects of distance learning, disengagement, and trauma experienced due to COVID-19, particularly for the students most harmed by the structural economic and racial inequities that have only been exacerbated during the pandemic. Partnership for Children & Youth has released a report describing how California educators met this moment.

  • Date Posted

    December 8, 2021

  • Author

    Duncan Cleary

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