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TC Study on the Value of Recess Cited by Washington Post

 

A March 8 story in the Post's Parenting Newsletter about the value of recess as "a social and emotional break from being told what to do," cites a study by Teachers College, which found that "44 percent of U.S. elementary-school students living in poverty have no recess at their schools, compared with 17 percent of those from families above the poverty line."

To read this story visit the Washington Post.

Published Monday, Mar 14, 2016

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A March 8 story in the Post's Parenting Newsletter about the value of recess as "a social and emotional break from being told what to do," cites a study by Teachers College, which found that "44 percent of U.S. elementary-school students living in poverty have no recess at their schools, compared with 17 percent of those from families above the poverty line."

To read this story visit the Washington Post.

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