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Press Releases

Libraries and Children’s Museums (June 2018)

Nation’s Libraries and Children’s Museums Unite to Celebrate National Summer Learning Day on July 12... read more

2018 Excellence Awards (Oct. 2017)

National Summer Learning Association Accepting Applications for 2018 New York Life Foundation Excellence in Summer... read more

2017 Conference Keynote (Sept. 2017)

Reggie Love, Former Personal Aide to President Barack Obama, Education Advocate and Entrepreneur, to Keynote... read more

Partners to Keep Kids Learning (July 2017)

Smarter Summers = Brighter Futures! National Summer Learning Association Partners with iHeartMedia, Clear Channel Outdoor... read more

Press Coverage

Is Summer Breaking America’s Schools?

U.S. News & World Report By Seth Cline IF THE AMERICAN DREAM depends on its... read more

The Case for Summer Learning (March 2018)

American Federation of Teachers | American Educator By Sarah Pitcock For many people, the word... read more

Why Fun Matters: The Fight Against Summer Learning Loss (Aug. 2017)

WBAA | NPR Kids are returning to school this month, and according to the National... read more

Summer Learning Day Inspires Innovative Ways to Showcase Summer Learning (July 2017)

Youth Today Young and old readers of “Charlotte’s Web” won’t soon forget the trip that... read more

Promoting Summer Learning (Dec. 2016)

CNBC Squawk Box Margaret McKenna, NSLA chairman of the board and former Walmart Foundation President,... read more

D.C. students choose to enroll in summer school to stay on track (July 2016)

The Washington Post Summer school is no longer just for students who are required to... read more