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By Melissa Rayworth, Associated Press
Summer means swimming, crafts and camaraderie for the roughly 26 million children who attend camp in the U.S. But the pandemic has closed an estimated 82 percent of the country's overnight camps and many more daytime programs, causing layoffs and…
By John Yang, Jaywon Choe
A Georgia overnight camp hit by a coronavirus outbreak took many precautions, but didn't make campers wear masks or have proper ventilation in buildings.
By Mike Stobbe, Associated Press
After months of home schooling and lost sports seasons, millions of Texas children may get a taste of a somewhat normal summer after all — if their parents go for it.
By Jim Vertuno, Associated Press
A week-long day camp in Austin, Texas offers an A-to-Z education in rock n' roll for children ranging in age from 8 to 17. Called the "Girls Rock Austin" camp, the campers are not only asked to pick up instruments,…
By Christopher Booker, Mori Rothman
By KQED Future of You
After her daughter was bullied, one mom decided to start a camp dedicated to welcoming gender nonconforming kids.
As summer gives way to fall, education correspondent John Tulenko reports on a camp that promotes practicing both reading and batting.
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