Armenian children having chess lessons at school.
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Chess lessons introduced to the curriculum in Armenian schools

Chess lessons have been made part of the curriculum in every school in Armenia.

The minister of education and science hopes the initiative will help children to develop decision-making and concentration skills.

But these potential future champions say they are in it for the love of the game.

Nina Akhmeteli reports.

  • 19 Jan 2012
  • From the section Europe
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