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Journal Article

The Impact of Summer Programs on Student Mathematics Achievement: A Meta-Analysis

From the article: "Children who participated in summer programs that included mathematics activities experienced significantly better mathematics achievement outcomes compared to their control group counterparts. We find an average weighted impact estimate of +0.10 standard deviations on mathematics achievement outcomes. We find similar effects for programs conducted in higher- and lower-poverty settings. We undertook a secondary analysis exploring the effect of summer programs on noncognitive outcomes and found positive mean impacts. The results indicate that summer programs are a promising tool to strengthen children’s mathematical proficiency outside of school time."

Source
American Educational Research Association
Authors
Lynch, K., An, L., & Mancenido, Z.
Date Display
July 2022