Education & Workforce
When the school doors close, many children struggle to access educational opportunities and basic needs such as healthy meals and adequate adult supervision. For low-income students these problems are most acute. Summer out-of-school time programs can address these concerns and offer a vital opportunity to expand the learning days each year.
Find out more about how summer learning programs help reduce “summer learning loss,” visit The National Summer Learning Association.
1.) The Indiana Summer Learning Standards outline specific steps and best practices for programs based on national research. These standards were created by experts in education, youth development, and business.
2.) You can also track your program’s Summer Learning activity progress using the Indiana Quality Program Self-Assessment.
3.) Search for Indiana out-of-school time programs that offer Summer Learning or enter your information into our online mapping database.
4.) Sign up for our e-newsletter and get the latest grants and best practices in Summer Learning.