A national and statewide parent survey documents momentum in the summer learning movement in California since 2008, with significantly more children in summer learning programs, more parents aware of the importance of summer learning, and not surprisingly, more demand.
The brief documents why and how STEM education can be successfully integrated into summer learning programs, and the significant positive impacts it can have on students and staff.
The Summer STEM Project, led by the Partnership for Children and Youth, guided school district and community partners in order to design and improve learning programs that taught STEM skills. The Summer STEM Brief collects the data from this ground-breaking three-year initiative, and offers best practices, lessons learned, and resources to help districts implement STEM learning in their summer programs.
A starter guide for community school staff who want to use data to tell their story and improve their community schools.
A brief summarizing the evidence of how a diverse set of community school initiatives are preparing students to learn, helping them succeed, and preparing them for future success.
An issue brief which summarizes the links between program participation at 6 community schools in Redwood City to positive student outcomes.
A case study of two community schools operated by The Children’s Aid Society in partnership with the New York City Department of Education that examines the social return on investment.
The California Community Schools Network is an initiative of the Partnership for Children & Youth and its partners.
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