Schools Kill Creativity

Sir Ken Robinson says that schools kill our creativity. That creativity is a vital part of who we are,  but that the education system is failing children and society.

He argues that we need to develop our artistic side more now than ever, as we come out of the Industrial Age and into the Information Age, and into a new creative revolution, which demands that we become more creative and imaginative in order to be successful and happy human beings.

If you’re struggling with understanding why you long to be creative, artistic and imaginative but find that it doesn’t come easily or naturally, then this brilliant and funny film will explain the reasons why. Why it’s not your fault and what can be done about it.

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