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WORLD PEACE GAME AT BERTSCHI SCHOOL

Bertschi School fifth graders recently tried their hand at the World Peace Game. The Bertschi newsletter featured their experiences.

“Unilateral world peace may still be a dream, but the World Peace Game has landed—and made its mark—in Seattle. The game’s been around since 1978, invented by teacher and musician John Hunter. Within its borders, life and death decisions are faced daily; negotiations and quarrels and agreements and treaties are de rigueur…”

“I learned many lessons from playing the game, but in reality, I didn’t learn these lessons; I experienced them.”

-Kate M., Bertschi School student

Check out the newsletter and full article!