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Tanya Williams

As the daylight hours grow longer, temperatures rise, and our roadways are less congested, Collier County teachers, parents, caregivers and students know that summer is right around the corner. Prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, parents would be marking the days until school was out and fretting over how to keep their kids busy all summer and keep the complaints of “I’m bored” at bay. 

Fast forward to the present and we are still emerging out from under the pandemic. Some students have not seen an in-person classroom for over a year. Many others returned to school hidden behind masks and greatly reduced class sizes. 

Whether it is called summer learning loss, summer setback, summer slide, or now the COVID slide, our students are at an even greater disadvantage this summer. 


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