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The country breeding a generation of chess whizz kids
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18 February 2018
On 18 February 2018 BBC News reported:
Since 2011, all children in Armenia from six to eight years old have compulsory chess lessons. It's the first country in the world to include it on the national curriculum. Armenia now has more than 3,000 qualified trained chess teachers in its schools. Many other countries want to follow suit, according to Smbat Lputian, president of the Armenian Chess Academy. He tells me excitedly about a new chess scientific research institute, due to open in Yerevan (Armenia's capital) later this year, where scientists and psychologists will research the impact of chess in the learning process.
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