Do Schools Kill Creativity?
Todd Brison

Also schools encourage competition A LOT, which I think it can sometimes derive in a feeling that the world is divided always in two groups, the one you belong to, and “the enemy”. So every time we find a person with disagree with us, they have taught us to place them as the “enemy”. This is just a personal view from my experience in school, but I think it applies to a lot of us.

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