European Union gives thumbs up to videogaming for kids

Following are some choice quotes that you probably wouldn’t hear in
the US Congress, where videogames are often a convenient whipping boy to
curry favor with soccer moms.

According to the European Union’s parliament: “Video games can stimulate learning of facts and skills such as strategic thinking, creativity, cooperation and innovative thinking, which are important skills in the information society.” (Hat tip to e-mint post)

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