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Musician
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FantasticCarlie
Con (against)

Music programs in schools should be funded more

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Voting Style: Open Point System: 7 Point
Started: 3/7/2017 Category: Arts
Updated: 10 months ago Status: Debating Period
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Musician

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Music programs in today's schools are extremely underfunded. Be it getting buses to competitions, to fixing damaged equipment, music programs, compared to that of a sports team at a school, have WAY less funding. While I do believe that sports can help you become fit and develop strategy, being involved in a music program at a school can greatly improve scores in areas such as math and, as many people know, listening to music can boost your confidence and mood. Imagine what creating that music can do! Anyone can debate this topic but, please keep it civil. This is my first debate so please comment any advice you have for me!
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