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Khalid EisaKim TurnerBasic Writing 004October 5, 2019Sir Ken Robinson’s “Do Schools Kill Creativity”As I followed through Sir Ken Robinson’s TED talk regarding education systems and their direct effect on creativity, I made sure to pick up some interesting thoughts he brought forth. With all the sustainable evidence Robinson expressed,the audience was left speechless, andI must admit; the majority of what he said has made total sense.In his talk, Robinson argued back and forth to emphasize the importance of his claim. He first suggested that the uniqueness and inventiveness of students is slowly fading away as they are being gathered by their ages, conveyed a standard educational plan, and getting tested againstinstitutionalized criteria. Robinson also created a sort of distortion between the aspects of proficiency and creativity which allowed for a student to become ultimately favored over another. He then pursued the idea that the financial circumstance needed schools to deliver