Project Play is evaluating how well national stakeholders fared in the past year providing access to quality sport activity to all kids ages 6-12, regardless of zip code or ability. Grades are based on each of Project Play's eight strategies (or plays) that stakeholders can use and are available here.

The results will be released Oct. 16 in the State of Play: 2018 report. Please answer the following questions based on your experiences. If you have any questions, contact Editorial Director Jon Solomon at jon.solomon@aspeninstitute.org.

Please provide the following:

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* 1. Please provide the following:

What grade do you give ...

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* 2. What grade do you give ...

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... stakeholders in giving kids a voice in designing sport activity? (Play #1)
... stakeholders in encouraging free play for kids? (Play #2)
... stakeholders in encouraging sport sampling for kids? (Play #3)
... stakeholders in providing quality, community-based leagues? (Play #4)
... stakeholders in providing sufficient places for kids to play? (Play #5)
... stakeholders in providing developmentally appropriate programs? (Play #6)
... the state of youth coaching? (Play #7)
... stakeholders in preventing brain and other injuries? (Play #8)
... stakeholders in giving all kids the opportunity to be active through sport (Overall Grade)
What is the most challenging trend or development to emerge in the past year?

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* 3. What is the most challenging trend or development to emerge in the past year?

What is the most promising trend or development to emerge in the past year?

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* 4. What is the most promising trend or development to emerge in the past year?

What do you see as the next big step for Project Play in helping stakeholders advance efforts to give all kids access to quality sport activity?

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* 5. What do you see as the next big step for Project Play in helping stakeholders advance efforts to give all kids access to quality sport activity?

How, if at all, has Project Play shaped your work or been used to introduce a new program?

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* 6. How, if at all, has Project Play shaped your work or been used to introduce a new program?

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