Over the past two years, Project Play has convened more than 250 thought leaders in a series of roundtables, identifying strategies that can address barriers limiting access to early sport activity that fosters the development of healthy children and communities. This 50-page report aggregates the eight most promising strategies. Authored by the Sports & Society Program with support from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Sport for All, Play for Life: A Playbook to Get Every Kid in the Game is a unifying document, collecting in one place the best opportunities for stakeholders -- from sport leaders to mayors, parents to policymakers -- to work together to grow access to an early, positive sport experience.
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Title: Sport for All Play for Life: A Playbook to Get Every Kid in the Game
Publication date 2015-01-26
Publication Year 2015
Aspen Institute Sports and Society Program
North America / United States
, physical activity
, physical inactivity
, youth sports
, project play
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