Should states evaluate schools on students' creativity?

Several states are considering developing an index to gauge whether schools are fostering students' creativity. Supporters of such a measure -- proposed in California, Oklahoma and Massachusetts -- say opportunities for students to be creative would be measured in school curriculum, as well as in before-and after-school programs. However, the issue concerns those who point out the difficulty in teaching creativity and question how the measure will be used.

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