It is hard to believe that school is about to start back up again. Like it or not, you need to adjust just about everything you did over summer, for your kids to get what they need for school. Here are some things that need to be addressed for your kids to have a chance at a good year.
Summer brain drain can amount to a significant learning loss, as much as 2 ½ months per student, with the biggest losses in math and reading. Consistent summer losses can cause a child to be 2 years behind their peers by 6th grade. By 9th grade, summer losses are considered responsible for 2/3 of the achievement gap. Let’s consider our visual kids. Many of them have already been struggling in school and can’t afford any leaks.