Wednesday, March 16, 2016 -
11:00am to 12:00pm EDT
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Join us for the third webinar, of a four-part series, that will explore the Campaign for Grade Level Reading Initiative and its core community solution areas. The third webinar will cover:
Community Solution Area: Summer Learning
Too many children lose ground over the summer months, returning to school in the fall further behind than when they left in June. Children in low-income families lack access to enriching summer learning experiences, have few if any books in the home and face increased food insecurity without school meals.
Participate in an interactive conversation about what the science says about summer learning loss and ways to solve this problem. Find out how funders in the New York State GLR Network are working with partners in their local communities to improve student outcomes on summer learning. Learn more about the most promising and proven practices, programs and policies that expand access to books and integrate literacy skills development over the summer months. The session will include innovative approaches and models of how to deliver and integrate both summer learning opportunities and summer meals.
We invite you to learn about the National and State Campaign for Grade Level Reading as a funding framework.
- What's working, what’s challenging and what’s next when it comes to closing the summer learning gap?
- What are the key proof points of the Campaign?
- How are funders playing a crucial role in the Campaign’s ongoing efforts nationally and locally?
- What does the latest research say about summer slide and lack of access to nutritious meals on early school success?
- Concrete examples of how funders are helping to reduce the summer slide and improve reading scores as a measure of success in school improvement.
Missed Part 1 or Part 2?
Click here to view Part 1. Click here to view Part 2.
- Nicole Gallant, Senior Vice President and Chief Impact Officer, Community Impact, United Way of New York City
- Lisa Kane, Senior Consultant, Campaign for Grade Level Reading
- Patricia Leo, Director of Community Investment, United Way of Greater Rochester
- Sarah Pitcock, Chief Executive Officer, National Summer Learning Association
All interested funders, especially those with a current or potential focus in early child, families or education.
Registration is required by March 15.
Members: To register yourself and/or a colleague at your organization, please log in and click the Register Now link above. You will receive webinar log-in details by Tuesday, March 15.
Non-Member Funders: Please email firstname.lastname@example.org
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Missed the webinar? View the recording below: