Education, Skills and Learning

How play can help Africa’s kids develop skills for the future

Skills such as creativity and collaboration can help students plug the gaps in their learning. Image: LEGO Foundation

John Goodwin

Chairman of the Board, LEGO® House, The LEGO Group A/S

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