Education, Skills and Learning

Can play save the world?

Research has shown that play-time is incredibly important to children's healthy development. Image: REUTERS/Adnan Abidi To match Insight INDIA-ELECTION/RELIGION - RC1C02C6B450

Jenny Anderson

Senior Correspondent, Quartz - Atlantic Media


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