How schools stifle creativity


Mon, Nov 9th, 2009 09:05 by capnasty NEWS

What is the argument? In a nutshell, it's that we're all born with immense natural talents but our institutions, especially education, tend to stifle many of them and as a result we are fomenting a human and an economic disaster.



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