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Low-income students see greater summer learning loss

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According to the National Summer Learning Association, students in low-income areas can lose two to three months in reading achievement over the summer.

As summer turns to fall, we clearly recognize students that have been engaged in year-round, early education. Our curriculum is based at school, but we work diligently with parents, empowering them to continue to develop their child’s skills at home.

While we’re so proud of the achievements of our 122 students, we need your help to reach the 400+ that are still on our waiting list. We invite you for a tour to learn more.

Beth Hatch, Pathways Early Education Center of Immokalee

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