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Posts from Kevin Killion, Chicago

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Kevin Killion, Chicago

This quotation has done terrible damage. It has been weaponized by educrats from coast to coast to rail against "mere facts" while arguing in favor of fuzzy-wuzzy progressivism in the classroom. Einstein was NOT saying that knowledge isn't important. What he was saying is that imagination is the spark that turns knowledge into new insights and discoveries -- but you have to have knowledge first!

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