Education, Skills and Learning

Learning through play represents the best long-term value for helping kids, regardless of background

A crisis in children’s learning requires playful experiences. Image: Leo Rivas/Unsplash

Bo Stjerne Thomsen

Chair, Learning through Play, The LEGO Foundation

Amy Jo Dowd

Head of Evidence, The LEGO Foundation

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