Strategies for summer: How to support students and families

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Image for aesthetic effect only - 05-20-21-webinar-thumbnail Updated After a year of isolation and trauma, we’re all placing a lot of expectations on this summer. How can educators support students’ needs in a balanced way over the summer? During this webinar, district leaders and youth development experts will share how they are approaching summer learning and enrichment this year.       Participants of this webinar will: Consider students’ holistic summer learning needs; Learn how schools and OST programs plan to serve students’ needs this summer; Gain strategies and ideas for addressing students’ social, emotional, and academic needs; and Hear about staffing and professional learning strategies for summer learning.

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