Is U.S. education making people less creative?

04/18/2013 | National Public Radio · Quartz

Psychologists are increasingly trying to measure children's creativity, and they suggest that years of schooling could dull inventiveness. The research comes as another study suggest today's young adults are less likely to launch businesses. "Schools have a tendency to suck the creativity out of kids over time," says psychologist James Catterall.

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