As many students start enjoying their summer break, many local organizations are preparing to accelerate student learning over the next few months and beyond. Learning loss is an issue some young Hoosiers experience when they return to school in the fall. Since COVID-19 disrupted student learning over the last year, many are still working to try to catch up.  

In an effort to prevent these students from falling further behind, lawmakers this session approved House Enrolled Act 1008, which established the Student Learning Recovery Grant Program. Recently, the Indiana Department of Education awarded more than $122 million in grant dollars to community organizations and schools in 83 of Indiana’s 92 counties to help students get back on track.

As part of this program, grant recipients will focus on literacy, math, and college and career readiness this summer through tutoring, after-school programming and other enhanced learning opportunities.

Click here for more information about local organizations that received grants.