Sir Ken Robinson notably said, "curiosity is the engine of achievement," and in this issue, we dig into the concept of inquiry. It’s an important and natural urge to discover and grow as a human being. Curiosity, one’s strong desire to know something, is what fuels discovery and growth. Research tells us that curiosity is just as important as intelligence in determining how well students do school. And scientists tell us that it is an essential factor in learning. When curious, students are able to think for themselves, make their own choices, and direct their own learning. Simply put, curiosity makes learning more effective and enjoyable for students of all ages.