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Do you think all schools should provide students with music and art education?

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  • We need music and art.

    Having music every day has improved my skills greatly. And even if you don't have it every day or you don't play an instrument, doesn't mean you can't enjoy it. It has been scientifically proved that learning music helps improve your math. Also, art can improve your hand-eye coordination and teaches you to let your creative spirit flow. I think both of these are good for students.

  • They Are Major Subjects

    I believe all schools should provide students with music and art education. Music and art are both major subject areas in the world. I feel like schools should have a large variety of topics so students can find out which topics interest them the most. This will help them make a decision about majors and minors in college.

  • Good idea, but don't force them

    Music and art classes would be very beneficial, but they should not be mandatory. Some kids are gifted in music and others are not. I am not gifted, and as a kid I was forced to play the piano, so I know how torturous that is, not to mention a huge waste of time.

  • Yes they should.

    Letting students be creative and understand the importance of creativity is important. These students need to know that their imagination is there for a reason and it can make a big difference in life. Some of them are amazing at art and music and need to show others and prove that they are.

  • Schools Should Offer Music and Art Education

    All schools should provide their students with a variety of music and art education courses. Most of the courses should be offered on a voluntary basis, but studies have shown that students benefit from these types of courses early on. Those that enjoy them can pursue more advance art and music courses.

  • Useless! Not a needed skill in life!

    There is no point in it as Sydney-Jans said its not a need skill, almost no one will use it and its not a skill that will help you later on in life except for mabey one out of every ten people but still if oyu like it that's what they have art and music LESSONS for so theres no need for the classes witch you are forced to participate in.

  • It is a talent based subject

    Not all student enjoy participating in art and music courses. And a very small percentage that are forced to participate in these subjects use them in real life. So why force them to attempt something that will only cause more frustration and resistance in school . There is simply no need for it.

  • Too Much Money

    I believe that schools should provide students with art and music education because it is too big of an expense. Instead of using that money toward art and music they could use it toward textbooks, laptops, playground equipment, and etc. Music and art is just a waste of money and time!


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