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A Pack of Ramen and a Dream

A creativity crisis in schools

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I can vividly recall sitting down as a child to eat a bowl of ramen, made gourmet only by a melted slice of cheese. I looked at the steaming bowl of cheesy ramen and exclaimed, “One day, I’m gonna have enough money to buy all the ramen noodles in the world!”

This may sound strange to those who know ramen as the au courant addition to…




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Princella Talley

Princella Talley

Top Writer in Feminism. Public Voices fellow of the OpEd Project and the Yale Program on Climate Change Communication.

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