jueves, 20 de julio de 2017

Chess & Ajedrez

Chess Is Mandatory in Schools


For the last six years, all Armenian kids have been playing Chess as part of the curriculum,[8] and now we wonder why this doesn’t happen everywhere, immediately. Chess as a game builds character, improves cognitive abilities, improvisation, and forward planning. It is also fun, unless you are a nerd who likes football or other so-called “Jock” sports. You don’t kill queens in football, losers.
Anyway, the example has been a success story, so much so that Spain has followed suit and as of 2015, similarly required chess to be part of everyday school life.  


In 2011, it brought in compulsory chess lessons at primary school age. It is the only country to have done so.    

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