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Renee Myrthil, Parent (Source: CBS4)

Renee Myrthil, Parent (Source: CBS4)

Spring is the perfect time to think about how your kids will spend their summer. And while summer is a great break from school, it shouldn’t be a break from learning. According to the National Summer Learning Association, many students lose up to two months of reading and math skills. We focus on how The Children’s Trust is helping parents find ways to help keep youngsters engaged and learning during the summer and avoid what’s called the summer “brain drain”. Click on the above picture to watch the interview.

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