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Put a stop to learning loss

Last year, students, parents, and teachers started reporting new pandemic learning loss. The summer slide didn’t help. To help your child prevent even more learning loss caused by this year’s summer slide, we’re giving out digital gift cards for up to $200 toward live online tutoring with experts in more than 100 school and standardized-testing subjects!

Did you know that some teachers will spend four to six weeks in the fall reteaching the previous year’s school material?
What is the summer slide?

The summer slide is the tendency for students to forget up to 30% of what they learned during the previous school year. Studies also show that the amount of learning loss goes up with age. And after a year of pandemic learning loss, summer enrichment programs have never been more valuable.

Executive functioning strategies to help recover from learning loss

Executive functioning skills (prioritizing, organization, and time management) are what help a student find success at school, but you won’t find those skills on any syllabus. The school system doesn’t teach your child how to manage their time or stress. It does assume they have the know-how to turn in assignments on time, juggle multiple classes, and keep up learning on their own at home! But executive functioning is a learned skill. Your child can discover essential strategies to help them turn a summer slide into a summer rise (or prepare for next year) at home, even on summer vacation >

Impact of a positive, growth mindset on students who experience learning loss

Students who feel like they’re “not good at school” or “aren’t a math person” can experience learning loss at a faster rate than their peers. And they can fall even further behind after a long break from the classroom. This can be a frustrating cycle. Nurturing a growth mindset (understanding that hard work and effort pays off), especially over the summer, can help your child keep up their positive outlook—and grades >




What is the summer slide?

The summer slide is the tendency for students to forget up to 30% of what they learned during the previous school year. Studies also show that the amount of learning loss goes up with age. And after a year of pandemic learning loss, summer enrichment programs have never been more valuable.

Executive functioning strategies to help recover from learning loss

Executive functioning skills (prioritizing, organization, and time management) are what help a student find success at school, but you won’t find those skills on any syllabus. The school system doesn’t teach your child how to manage their time or stress. It does assume they have the know-how to turn in assignments on time, juggle multiple classes, and keep up learning on their own at home! But executive functioning is a learned skill. Your child can discover essential strategies to help them turn a summer slide into a summer rise (or prepare for next year) at home, even on summer vacation >

Impact of a positive, growth mindset on students who experience learning loss

Students who feel like they’re “not good at school” or “aren’t a math person” can experience learning loss at a faster rate than their peers. And they can fall even further behind after a long break from the classroom. This can be a frustrating cycle. Nurturing a growth mindset (understanding that hard work and effort pays off), especially over the summer, can help your child keep up their positive outlook—and grades >