Stopping the Educational Summer Slide for Kids

School age children across America have been out of the classroom and distance learning from home since March. The new educational normal forced upon families by the covid-19 pandemic, has made learning a challenging for some.  For others it’s nearly impossible because of the disparities the pandemic has laid bare. We examine what has happened and what parents and children can do to slow the summer educational slide and get back on track.




Mid-Atlantic Equity Consortium


Charlotte Avery, Mother, Teacher, Family Advocate

Dr. Dawn Williams, Dean, Howard University School of Education