Senator Curren Price of the California legislature wants an Advisory Committee on Creative and Innovative Education because, he says, the state schools aren’t teaching kids to be creative.
The Conference Board and experts in the field say creativity is what the workplace will be demanding. California’s proposed Senate Bill 789 establishing such a committee, similar to the one already signed by the Governor of Massachusetts, will develop an Index to measure and inspire creativity and innovation in our public schools. This is a must if we want to get America back on the right track competitively.
Last week, the Senate Education Committee heard and approved SB 789 authored by Senator Price. This legislation, introduced last February and approved by the Senate Committee on Education last week, is on a fast track.
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