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Be a presenter at the Summer Changes Everything™ National Conference on Summer Learning!

NSLA is hiring! Be a part of the team that is focused on closing the achievement gap!

Learn more about our work to bring summer learning to communities across the country

Summer Starts in September

The Summer Starts in September: Comprehensive Planning Guide for Summer Learning Programs includes research-based strategies, program examples, and tools that summer program staff, leaders, and trainers can use to develop an intentional, high-impact program.

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Summer Supports Early Literacy

The National Summer Learning Association is a partner for the Campaign for Grade-Level Reading, providing resources, technical assistance, and tools to support communities in their coalition work.


The Benefits of Membership

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As a member of the National Summer Learning Association, you'll be front and center as we lead the way on summer learning advocacy, and open the doors for affiliation and exchange of ideas and learning with other high-quality programs.

You'll have access to resources that keep you informed and help improve program quality, and you'll receive discounts on publications, tools, and event registration, including our annual national conference.

 

What makes an award-winning summer learning program?


The Excellence in Summer Learning Award and The Founder's Award recognize outstanding summer programs that demonstrate excellence in accelerating academic achievement and promoting healthy development for young people between kindergarten and twelfth grade.

These high-quality programs are measured against the National Summer Learning Association's (NSLA) Comprehensive Assessment of Summer Programs (CASP).

 


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