What is a Continuous Learning Calendar (CLC)?

Did you know four schools in Project L.I.F.T. follow a Continuous Learning Calendar? That means they go year round!

A Continuous Learning Calendar (CLC) is different from a traditional school calendar in that it starts earlier and features breaks called intercessions, where students return to school for enrichment activities.

What are the benefits of a CLC?

  • Greater continuity of instruction and less summer learning loss.
  • Frequent breaks improve teacher morale and motivation.
  • Intercessions provide culturally enriching literacy-based opportunities often unavailable to our scholars.

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