Tips For Helping Young Students Thrive After A Tough Pandemic Year

Staples Reading Celebration Event #2
Ariana, an 11-year-old member of Boys & Girls Clubs of MetroWest, speaks at a reading celebration event on Tuesday, Nov. 18, 2014 in Framingham, Mass. Supported by Boys & Girls Clubs of America (BGCA) and Staples, “Make Good Reads Happen” was a contest opportunity through Summer Brain Gain: READ!, a 12-week reading program to help prevent summer learning loss at Boys & Girls Clubs across the country. Gretchen Ertl / AP Images Boys & Girls Clubs of America
Staples Reading Celebration Event #2
Ariana, an 11-year-old member of Boys & Girls Clubs of MetroWest, speaks at a reading celebration event on Tuesday, Nov. 18, 2014 in Framingham, Mass. Supported by Boys & Girls Clubs of America (BGCA) and Staples, “Make Good Reads Happen” was a contest opportunity through Summer Brain Gain: READ!, a 12-week reading program to help prevent summer learning loss at Boys & Girls Clubs across the country. Gretchen Ertl / AP Images Boys & Girls Clubs of America

Tips For Helping Young Students Thrive After A Tough Pandemic Year

The learning loss that can happen for some students when school is out is often referred to as the “summer slide.” This year, after months of remote learning where some lessons may not have stuck in the first place, there’s a new term being used: the pandemic plummet.

Reset taps two experts for tips about how to make sure kids are set up for success when school resumes in August or September.

GUESTS: Paula Hooper, assistant professor of instruction at Northwestern’s School of Education and Social Policy

Monica Bhatt, senior research director at the UChicago Education Lab