National Summer Learning Day is July 13 and your participation sends a powerful message across the nation that summers matter and offers an opportunity to showcase how summers can make a life-changing difference in the lives of young people. Here are three ways you can help the National Summer Learning Association (NSLA) and advocate for summer learning:
Register your summer learning event or program to the National Summer Learning Day events calendar to help families in your area find opportunities to celebrate and engage. Your event or program can happen anytime during the summer, not just on July 13.
The Summer Learning Day events calendar is a valuable resource for families as it shows summer learning opportunities all across the nation. Share this resource on social media through NSLA's Thunderclap
President Trump's budget calls for eliminating funding for local afterschool and summer programs. It's now up to Congress to counter the cut. You can make a difference! Tell Congress to protect funding for summer and afterschool programs. Learn about more ways and resources to celebrate National Summer Learning Day all summer long on NSLA's website.