Summer Learning Opportunities in High-Poverty Schools
|Publication date||January 2005|
|publication pdf||Summer Learning Opportunities in High-Poverty Schools|
This publication describes five summer learning programs, based in high-poverty schools, that have contributed to improved student achievement. The schools profiled include Charles R. Drew Elementary School, Gary Community School Corporation; East Silver Spring Elementary, Montgomery County Public Schools; John B. McFerran Preparatory Academy; Jefferson County Public Schools; Tarrallton Elementary School, Norfolk Public Schools; and Weil Technology Institute, Pittsburgh Public Schools.
The profiles examine program goals, structure and content, professional development, funding and sustainability, student outcomes, challenges to implementation, and successes. The report also synthesizes best practices in implementing summer learning opportunities.
- ProgramExpanded Learning Opportunities (ELO)
- WebsiteExpanded Learning Opportunities (ELO) Toolkit
- PublicationThe Quality Imperative: A State Guide to Achieving the Promise of Expanded Learning Opportunities
- PublicationExpanded Learning Opportunities (ELO) Policy Statement
- PublicationSupporting Student Success: The Promise of Expanded Learning Opportunities
- CCSSO, NCSL, and the NGA Center Release Joint Report on the Promise of Expanded Learning Opportunities
- PublicationConnecting High-Quality Expanded Learning Opportunities and the Common Core State Standards to Advance Student Success
- CCSSO Releases Policy Brief on Common Core State Standards Implementation Through Expanded Learning Opportunities