Editorial: Learning shouldn’t stop due to summer vacation




For students, summer vacation is a relief. No classes. No homework.

But the learning shouldn’t stop. And the freedom that comes with extra time affords youngsters the opportunity to explore.

That’s the mission of local libraries’ summer reading programs. Get youngsters reading. It can be whatever they want to read, just keep them reading. It’s a good way to keep their minds sharp when school is not in session.

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