In the article “How America’s Education Model Kills Creativity and Entrepreneurship” and the story “Fahrenheit 451” both explore the dystopian element of how individuality is bad and how the banning of creativity impacts people. In “Fahrenheit 451” people are made to be the same and that is from the banishment of books. Beatty explains that “we must all be alike” and that being creative allows people “to judge” or compare themselves to one another. Bradbury reveals the importance of individuality by showing that “people don’t talk about anything” and cannot express themselves fully. In “How America’s Education Model Kills Creativity and Entrepreneurship” explains how the lack of creativity in the school systems gets rid of “risk-taking and problem solving skills”. Children today are “less emotionally expressive... verbally expressive... less lively and passionate”. The article expresses the lack of individuality do to the school systems absence of originality. The school systems should add more opportunities to be creative or else today’s youth will lack the ability to be expressive like the people in 451. Creativity is such an important part of a person’s life and should not be eliminated.