The United States wastes $21 billion dollars a year making up for summer learning loss, according to an analysis of scores of studies by ReadyNation, a nonprofit working to strengthen the workforce by pushing policymakers to fund expanded learning programs.
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A California judge issued a temporary restraining order requiring the state to immediately step in and fix scheduling problems that have caused students at Jefferson High School in Los Angeles to miss classes and be illegally denied enough learning time.