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Guest Host: Rebecca Roberts
Parents worry at the beginning of every summer that their children are about to forget everything they learned during the school year. And with budget cuts squeezing this year’s edition of summer learning programs, parents may have an even harder time finding good options for their kids. Join us as we talk about the summer brain drain and how to prevent it.
- Ron Fairchild Executive Director, National Center for Summer Learning at John Hopkins University
- Millicent Williams President and CEO of the DC Children and Youth Investment Trust
- Chrisandra Richardson Director, Department of Academic Support Initiatives, Montgomery County Public Schools
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