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Do All Kids Have Access to Quality Sport Activity?

By Project Play, 08/09/18, 4:15PM CDT

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Here's your chance to grade the availability of sports to all kids ages 6-12, regardless of zip code or ability

Adults have the chance to grade themselves in youth sports.

The Aspen Institute’s Project Play is evaluating how well stakeholders nationally fared in the past year providing access to quality sport activity to all kids ages 6-12, regardless of zip code or ability.

It’s a chance for adults to grade themselves in youth sports. Whether you’re a coach, parent, administrator or organizer, please take the annual survey here.

The results will be released Oct. 16 in the State of Play: 2018 report. If you have any questions, please contact Aspen Institute Sports & Society Program Editorial Director Jon Solomon at jon.solomon@aspeninstitute.org.

About Project Play

The Aspen Institute's Project Play develops, shares and applies knowledge that helps stakeholders build healthy communities through sports. Launched in 2013 by the Sports & Society Program, the initiative has created a national movement around growing youth access to quality sport activity, through its reports, convening of leaders, and framework of eight strategies for the eight sectors that touch the lives of children.

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