In his book The Element, Dr. Ken Robinson makes astute observations about current educational culture that aligns well with the concept of individual brain lead. 1. There is a preoccupation with specific types of academic ability such as critical analysis and reasoning, particularly with words and numbers. 2. There is a hierarchy of subjects: math, science, and language skills at the top; humanities in the middle; arts at the bottom. There is even a hierarchy of arts with music and visual arts typically holding higher status than theater and dance (if the arts are even included). 3. There is a growing reliance on a narrow range of standardized tests, with children under intense pressure to perform at higher and higher levels. The consequences of these three? Students are taught a very narrow view of intelligence, capacity, and creativity; learn to overvalue specific types of talents and abilities; and are socialized to disregard types of intelligences that are just as important. This one-size-fits-all approach marginalizes all individuals who do not take naturally to learning as presently provided in the educational system.