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Public libraries and effective summer learning: Opportunities for assessment

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In addition to discussing the unique position of public libraries to provide needed summer learning opportunities and the evolution of public libraries' summer programming, this examination focuses on the assessment of summer learning programs for school-aged youth in public libraries. It considers practices and obstacles for assessing programs and their outcomes, suggests action steps for initiating assessments, and provides recommendations.
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