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Colleges Are Suppressing Curiosity

By Francis H. Buckley, The James G. Martin Center for Academic Renewal

No one needs curiosity more than the young, but our educational system is doing its best to suppress it. The kids are being bored out of their minds.

Of course, that’s nothing new in our K-12 schools. As older Americans recall the time they spent in classrooms, they’ll also remember how they were bored, and curious about what was happening outside. But then those classes forced us to open our minds to novel subjects, to things we never would have learned but for school, to history, poetry, and the dissection of frogs.

In some of these classes—the best ones—our curiosity would kick in and we’d embark on a lifelong voyage of discovery.

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