Monday, 9 June 2008

Match Wits in the Sunday Times

Match Wits with the Kids got a mention in the Sunday Times, as part of an article about books aimed at adults to remind them of what they once learnt when they were at school.

If you missed it yourself, follow this link to read more at Times Online.


Mataeus said...

It's strange how the papers run a story about how the adults need to keep up with the kids in terms of academic knowledge, including the popularity of books such as [i]Match Wits[/i], and the following day the papers run stories about how in government reform programmes, 600 schools are facing the chop unless GCSE grades improve. So what does that say about the average level of adult intelligence?

Jonathan Green said...

Not a lot, is the answer I think you're looking for.