Idaho elementaries use chess to improve reading, math

09/19/2008 | USA Today

Second- and third-graders at 200 Idaho schools are learning to play chess in hopes that the game will help students develop critical-thinking skills that will ultimately help with reading and math. "If we're going to encourage innovation and new ideas," said Idaho state superintendent Tom Luna, "we have to give those new ideas time to produce results."

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