Brainly Survey: Are Summer Camps Closing the Education Gap?
The recent pandemic has caused great concern that students have fallen behind due to remote learning. In a recent survey conducted by the leading homework help app, Brainly, 32.9% of students attended summer camps in 2022 versus the 24.7% who attended in 2020 and 2021 – with nearly 63.4% of respondents stating their 2022 camp involves some form of academic work.
Could Summer camps help close the education gap teachers have been so concerned about?
>> 57.8% of students are attending a camp hosted by their school>> Nearly ⅓ of respondents focus on mathematics in their camp>> 53.2% of summer camps were day-camps while 36.1% of students attended a sleep away camp this year>> 28.9% of respondents marked the thing they most enjoy about their camp is “learning something new”
For students looking to find additional assistance from the comfort of their own homes, Brainly offers digital access to tutors, peer-led forums and curriculum-approved textbooks. The platform provides users the ability to receive help with English, history and biology problems such as “What is the purpose of the classification system?” or “A coin is tossed 10 times. given that the first 9 tosses were heads, find the percent chance of getting 10 heads in a row?”
Article courtesy of Brainly.com