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June 13th, 2011
10:04 AM ET

Perry's Principles: How you can slow the summer slide

Recent studies have shown that keeping the books closed during summer vacation wipes out nearly two months worth of schooling for children.

CNN Education Contributor Steve Perry talks to Kiran Chetry this morning about how to keep your kids learning throughout their summer break.

Filed under: Education • Perry's Principles
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  1. rochelle davis

    Mr. Perry,I need your help.My daughter is an IEP student her disability, extended time for testing.Small feat right? wrong.she is a senior, chemistry-pre-med major. currently @ ECU-future doctors program. disability accomadations aren't automatic as far as following the student. seemingly teachers are more willing to help a student fail then to succeed. extended time is more elementary to implement than a ramp or lift. per nc 60% of students w?iep graduate w/diploma. who keeps data after highschool? extended time is under the ADA why is it so bothersome for our teachers?
    My student wants to be a doctor sometime she has to fight so hard for "accomadation" by the tijme she studies she is exausted. Learning Dis? – ABLE!

    June 26, 2011 at 1:44 pm |