This Hungarian school plans to start testing kids by putting them in escape rooms

This Hungarian school plans to start testing kids by putting them in escape rooms
An escape room for kids created by Claustrophobia Moscow

30 January 2018

A primary school in Hungary is building its own set of escape rooms as part of a new, interactive way of testing students’ knowledge.

The Szlovák Primary School in Szarvas will transform two unused rooms in the school’s attic. Students will have to complete a series of challenges using logic, teamwork, and knowledge learnt in class in order to “escape” the room.

The school has received a $289,000 (72 million Hungarian Forints) from the government to create the new facilities, which will also be used by three other local schools.

Source: Daily News Hungary