Pursuing Creativity

by Early Math Counts

This article from the New York Times describes how important it is to let children’s creativity flourish and reiterates what we know to be true about the development of children; we need to stop pushing one agenda over another and let children grow up to be who they are meant to be.  Creative children who grow up to be creative adults are more likely to have lived in homes where their parents were less likely to push an academic agenda and more likely to let their uniqueness and originality shine.

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