Opinion: Standard curricula stifles spontaneity

When teachers have to apologize for deviating from standard lesson plans to satisfy a child's curiosity, something is wrong, writes longtime teacher and writer Nancy Ginsburg Gill. Even if a student's interest never appears on a standardized test, it may help them develop a critical love of learning, she writes.

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