The “Monthly Media Roundup” is a curated list of news stories we’ve put together for the Kentucky out-of-school time (OST) community that have appeared in national and local media outlets over the past month.
National News Stories
- Academics or Fun? Principals, After-School Providers Differ on Priorities, Education Week, 6-21-2022.
- Why Black Students Thrive in Summer Camp, The Sacramento Observer (CA), 6-20-2022
- Summer school is increasingly important for students, but where are the teachers?, Marketplace, 6-20-2022
- Summer School Is Growing With Little Help From Federal Funds, Survey Finds, EdWeek Market Brief, 6-16-2022
Local News Stories
- Salvation Army Louisville sends nearly 70 kids to summer camp, WAVE 3, 6-13-2022
- Summer camps no exception when it comes to staffing shortages, Spectrum News 1, 6-14-2022
- Education Commissioner Jason E. Glass reads to Summer Boost students in Bullitt County, Kentucky Teacher, 6-15-2022
- Summer Learning: Camp Curiosity continues to play big role in migrant students’ development, Messenger-Inquirer, 6-22-2022
- JCPS offering summer learning opportunities for 10,000 students, WDRB, 6-22-2022
- State lawmakers discuss child care funding solutions, Spectrum News 1, 6-29-2022
- STEAM camp gives visually impaired JCPS students a unique summer experience, WDRB, 7-1-2022