Tuesday, November 1, 2016

Chess and Education

To the issue of 'chess in the schools', two contributions from a frequent correspondent to this blog. First, in the same Davar chess column of April 28th, 1950, p. 31, there is a photo of Itzchak Aloni giving a simultaneous display in the Shalva high school:

In addition, the contributor notes that chess began to be taught in a high school in Hadera in 1949, when Davar noted (Dec. 9th, 1949, p. 27), that a teacher 'agreed with the parents' demand' to 'give a chess lesson to all the students in his class' once a month, which was 'enthusiastically received':

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