Summer Learning in CA
Summer learning programs have the potential to help youth improve their academic, social and behavioral outcomes, and provide unique opportunities for students to gain skills and master academic content. This is especially true for children from low-income families who might not have access to educational resources throughout the summer months.
Summer Learning Association
National non-profit organization focused on the powerful impact of one achievable goal: investing in summer learning to help close the achievement gap. NSLA uses the power of research, advocacy, training, and policy to transform America’s neighborhoods and communities, one child at a time.
Center on Afterschool and Summer Enrichment
The goal of NCASE is to ensure that school-age children in families of low income have increased access to high-quality afterschool and summer learning experiences that contribute to their overall development and academic achievement.
Wallace Foundation: Summer Learning
Our mission is to foster improvements in learning and enrichment for disadvantaged children and the vitality of the arts for everyone.