Summer learning provides a renewed opportunity to invite stakeholders to the table, including teachers, parents, and community partners, to collaborate as key designers of a balanced approach to student learning. A blend of academics, social interaction, and enrichment is key to engaging students, increasing their sense of belonging, and unlocking their curiosity and passion for learning. Consider leveraging the resources and expertise of key partners like the YMCA, county-wide recreation programs, advocacy groups, social services, and other community-based organizations to expand access to both academic and mental health supports available to students. The need to expand access to summer learning has never been greater or more important!
This webinar will provide an overview of how local educational agencies can partner with community based organizations to provide summer enrichment and learning opportunities for this summer and beyond.
Tom Armelino, Executive Director, CCEE
Dr. Linda Darling Hammond, President, State Board of Education
Dr. Nadine Burke Harris, California Surgeon General
Jennifer Siebel Newsom, California First Partner
Ben Chida, Chief Deputy Cabinet Secretary, Office of the Governor
Armando Quintero, Director, California State Parks
Greg Lucas, State Librarian, California State Library
Alfredo Velasco, President & CEO, YMCA of Greater Long Beach
Rob Connolly, President, Boys & Girls Clubs of San Francisco
Additional Summer Learning Resources
Type of Audience
Board, LEA Leadership, Site Administrator / Instructional Coach, Teacher
Equity, Family and Community Engagement, LCAP, Social-Emotional Well-being