Why Making Creative Schools Requires Radical Change

Posted by Tim Mikulski, Sep 27, 2011 1 comment

The ever-brilliant Sir Ken Robinson speaks about infusing creativity into all aspects of education and makes the case for a more personalized education system.

He says both would address many of the troublesome issues facing students today - high dropout rates, the narrowing of curriculum, teaching to the standardized tests, etc.

(Creativity is not an "add-on" but calls for radical change in our schools from Music Center IC on Vimeo. Find more on this topic at Good.is.)

What do you think a more personalized education system could look like and what impact do you think it would have on each student?

1 responses for Why Making Creative Schools Requires Radical Change


September 28, 2011 at 2:22 pm

Interesting video, thanks for the share.

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