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Chess in Schools: Evaluation Report and Executive Summary.

@inproceedings{Jerrim2016ChessIS,
  title={Chess in Schools: Evaluation Report and Executive Summary.},
  author={John Jerrim and Lindsey Macmillan and John Micklewright and Mary Sawtell and Meg Wiggins},
  year={2016}
}

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Your move: The effect of chess on mathematics test scores

Positive effects of substituting a weekly mathematics lesson in primary school grades 1–3 with a lesson in mathematics based on chess instruction are found, indicating that knowledge acquired through chess play can be transferred to the domain of mathematics.

The Benefits of Chess for the Intellectual and Social-Emotional Enrichment in Schoolchildren

It was found that chess improves cognitive abilities, coping and problem-solving capacity, and even socioaffective development of children and adolescents who practice it.