«... Many of our policymakers believe if we just double down on testing standards and push harder on STEM subjects - science, technology, engeneering, mathematics - we'll revive the economy and compete better with countries that are taking our jobs. This is not a strategic direction for any developed country. The world doesn't want human robots. It wants creative people with exceptional imagination and vision - and standardized testing won't get us there.»
Marty Neumeier, in "Metaskills - five talents for the robotic age"