BY STATE SEN. CLARK JOLLEY • Published: February 8, 2012
Oklahoma high school graduates compete against the world for jobs. To succeed, they can’t show only memorization of basic knowledge — they must demonstrate how they use that knowledge in creative and innovative ways. Yet many of our policies have focused solely on what can be measured on a written test.
Ken Robinson, a...
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