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Summer School

Prince George’s County Public Schools (PGCPS) has established and implemented a summer school program for public school students to address the effects of the COVID–19 pandemic on education. Per the requirements of Blueprint for Maryland’s Future, each student who participated in summer school received an educational assessment prior to beginning the program and on completion of the program. These assessments were used to evaluate program outcomes.

PGCPS then reports on the progress of the summer program to the Legislative Policy Committee of the General Assembly (HB1372, Section 4(c)) on or before January 1, 2022, and January 1, 2023.

Thus, the two reports on the PGCPS’s implementation of the summer school program for 2021 and 2022 can be found below. Each report is divided into three sections that reflect the programs offered to elementary, middle and high school students. Each level of the report includes:

  1. the number of students who were served through the program;
  2. the structure of the program, including the number of hours of instruction provided each day, how instruction was delivered to students, and the partnerships established to enhance the summer school program;
  3. the method the county board used to identify students with the greatest learning loss;
  4. the budget and expenditures for the program; and
  5. the outcomes of the program for students, including academic progress and other outcomes.