America is wrong to think reducing kids' playtime will improve academic performance
November 20, 2015
Quartz - You would think that students from Shanghai, who routinely trounce Americans
(and everyone else) in tests of proficiency in math, reading, and science, are tethered
to their desks all day, deprived of the freedom to frolic and play.
Rong Chang and Fanni Liu Coward of Texas Tech University compared six schools in China
and three in the US for their research in Phi Delta Kappan magazine.
Read the story here.