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Summer learning in early childhood: Opportunities for investing in equity

This brief summarizes recent findings that show how a lack of access to high-quality summer learning programs may contribute to disparities in children’s learning and development during that critical transition to kindergarten. The brief highlights different factors that contribute to inequitable access and identifies lessons from the findings that can guide future research and technical assistance needed to ensure that equity-focused investments in summer learning pay off for children from underserved groups. (author abstract)
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United States

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