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Miguel Cardona Confirmed as Education Secretary

The future of quality education throughout the United States is no exception. Now that 2021 is upon us, and there is a new administration taking office, we will be looking into what this may mean for the future of education, during and post pandemic.

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Why We Celebrate Black History Month

At Kids in the Game, we are grateful to be a part of an organization that values the unique voices and contributions of our staff, families, and kids. During the month of February, we took the opportunity to highlight Black voices and achievements, and celebrate Black culture in our community. Read the full story written by our very own Coach Akeem!

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Why Celebrating National Girls and Women in Sports Day Matters

Did you know 90 percent of women CEOs played sports? We believe sports instill confidence, mental and emotional toughness, and keep us physically strong. That's why we're fighting for equity and opportunity for girls in sports. We're celebrating the achievements of all girls and all women in all sports and the continuous fight for equality!

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Kids in the Game Earns Recognition in 2021 Real Leaders Impact Awards

Kids in the Game is excited to announce that we are a Real Leaders Impact 2021 Award Winner. Since 2010, Real Leaders has been the premier source for recognizing organizations that are making a positive social or environmental impact.

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International Human Rights Day

December 10th is International Human Rights Day. We’re taking a moment to highlight the significance of this day, recognizing tennis player Naomi Osaka and her impact on human rights both on and off the court.

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Can youth sports survive another shutdown?

The lack of youth sports is a crisis. We’re proud to say we’ve shifted our programming and adapted this year, but one question remains. How long can we keep doing this?

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