No Right Brain Left Behind is challenging some of the best from the creative industry to look at the status of education in the U.S. by developing actionable ideas to change it.

It’s no secret education reform in America has been a much debated topic for decades, from John Dewey’s philosophy of “learning by doing”, legislation like the No Child Left Behind Act, to arts initiatives like Creative Classrooms – there have been several philosophies, laws, and programs developed to incur change. Meshing elements from all three of the aforementioned perspectives, No Right Brain Left Behind is challenging the creative community to look at the status of U.S. education and provide actionable concepts on how it can be improved. Developed by an ace group of creative, innovation, and education professionals, the project aims to reinvigorate children and their school curriculum with creativity, arming students with the necessary skills to solve 21st century problems.

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