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Summer Learning Supports

At NS4ed, we too are concerned about the unfinished learning that our nation’s students are struggling with due to the pandemic. The crisis of unfinished learning today suggests that our students may earn $49,000 to $61,000 less over their lifetime1. The lasting impact is even greater for historically disadvantaged students.  

Support for Summer Learning Programs

To mitigate the negative effects of these unforeseen circumstances, Pathway2Careers Math Curriculum offers the flexibility necessary for quality summer learning. Teachers can easily assign any lesson from any course (Pre-Algebra, Algebra I, Geometry, or Algebra II) giving students exactly what they need to fill the learning gaps and set them up for success in the fall. The career-connected learning solution unlocks more than 650 careers and introduces students to the ways those occupations use math.

Of course, teachers could not (and should not) teach 500 lessons during one summer program! The team of experts at NS4ed created a table of contents and a recommended pacing guide for your summer program use. By using the suggested lessons, you can expect to have over 40 hours of instruction that has been designed to focus on those concepts that are challenging for students as well as those topics that are sometimes rushed at the end of a busy and stressful school year. As stated, teachers, schools, or districts have the autonomy to amend this table of contents to suit the goals and needs of their students.  

Source
1) McKinsey & Company. “COVID-19 and Education: The lingering effects of unfinished learning.” (July 2021).         

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