Do Schools Kill Creativity?

Written by on March 8, 2015 in Conscious Evolution, Conscious Living with 2 Comments

Most children go through the public school system during their youth in preparation for the “real world”, but is the system killing kids’ creativity? It is a fact that children begin school full of ideas and self-confidence yet graduate as adults who are more insecure and less passionate. What happened along the way? This TED talk by Sir Ken Robinson explores this question. Take a look!

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  1. medgette.me52@gmail.com' mark says:

    I went to the public school system they try to install selflimitation and no desire to achieve success I always felt imprisoned and worthless damn the American educational system years of my life were stolen by the school system I was lied to and cheated please parents of America stop this propaganda factory called public schools.

  2. indichas@outlook.com' Chas says:

    This is one of my all-time favorite TED Talks. I am in complete agreement with Sir Ken. If only I had seen it years ago before I layed myself prostrate before the ivory tower succumbing to the chants, Higher Ed is the way! Higher Ed is the way!

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