While the American education system has put much money and effort toward improving in-class education in public schools, after-school programs are often harder to justify in already-stretched school budgets. This statement is especially true in high-poverty, high-crime areas where under-served students are likely to drop out of school or engage in risky behaviors.
This year’s rough winter continues to blast much of the nation, making it difficult to believe that it’s already time to consider what your student(s) will do this summer. But summer will be here before you know it. In this blog article, we provide information on summer jobs and learning opportunities for students. If you need help finding additional opportunities, please do not hesitate to contact us.