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  • But really, why?

    It would benefit students in many ways. It helps them get better grades and teaches them how to read music. Music programs could inspire a child to become a musician and help them learn new songs. Art can inspire new artistic talents. Yes, we do need these extra classes, right?

  • But really, why?

    It would benefit students in many ways. It helps them get better grades and teaches them how to read music. Music programs could inspire a child to become a musician and help them learn new songs. Art can inspire new artistic talents. Yes, we do need these extra classes, right?

  • But really, why?

    It would benefit students in many ways. It helps them get better grades and teaches them how to read music. Music programs could inspire a child to become a musician and help them learn new songs. Art can inspire new artistic talents. Yes, we do need these extra classes, right?

  • Schools Have No Reason Not To

    Schools spend several times the amount of funding on sports or drama than music. Schools also would have happier students, as they could have something to look forward to besides a long, boring period of lectures or worksheets. Yes, some less popular schools don't have proper funding for anything, but that's probably not there fault, as less students means less money.

  • Schools Have No Reason Not To

    Schools spend several times the amount of funding on sports or drama than music. Schools also would have happier students, as they could have something to look forward to besides a long, boring period of lectures or worksheets. Yes, some less popular schools don't have proper funding for anything, but that's probably not there fault, as less students means less money.

  • They Definitely Should have Music and Art Programs in all Schools

    Being in music and art programs, it feels like i have made a family with everyone there. Children become more emotionally and socially developed. Also, students in these programs perform a lot better in school. A study in 2007 by Christopher Johnson at the University of Kansas revealed that students in music education programs scored 22% higher in English and 20% higher in math scores on standardized tests. Because kids have to think creatively and solve problems to play the music, the thinking patterns spill over into other school subjects, resulting in better understanding and grades. (from 3 different sources)

  • Yes they should

    They should have art and music programs, studies have shown that with music programs help raise your IQ you read better by looking at the written music and learning how to read and to read the tiny writing below the music on the sheet of written music the teacher hands out.

  • Yes they should

    They should have art and music programs, studies have shown that with music programs help raise your IQ you read better by looking at the written music and learning how to read and to read the tiny writing below the music on the sheet of written music the teacher hands out.

  • Yes they should

    They should have art and music programs, studies have shown that with music programs help raise your IQ you read better by looking at the written music and learning how to read and to read the tiny writing below the music on the sheet of written music the teacher hands out.

  • Yes they should

    They should have art and music programs, studies have shown that with music programs help raise your IQ you read better by looking at the written music and learning how to read and to read the tiny writing below the music on the sheet of written music the teacher hands out.

  • The government should not fund to music programs.

    The government and schools should fund less to music programs because, then it might, probably will, affect the funded money for math, ELA, science, P.E., computers, etc.. Even though music is evenly important, it should not be the cause of less education from the other subjects. That is why I think the government should fund more to music programs.

  • No way NOT necessary

    Music and are a waste of time for students and the subject was only made to create jobs for music teachers and studies show that music and art DO NOT help a student in school.Also,some kids do not like drama so why are schools doing this it is so weird so why

  • No they shouldn't

    Music and art programs just waste parent's and school's money on instruments or supplies, also most jobs don't require a skill in the music or art department unless it is a specific job. Also, most students are forced to be in one of these programs when some of them don't even want to.

  • No. We should not have Music and Arts in schools.

    We should dedicate that time to subjects we can actually learn something in, like Math, Science, ect. Who wants to learn about some dead dude who cut off his ear i Art or sing some random song in Music? We also should dedicate some of the time to lunch and recess. At our school we get about 15 min. Of recess. That is 5 min. Under the state minimum.

  • What if you had no interest in the arts?

    Not all schools should have art and music programs. There should definitely be SOME, but again, not all. Some schools should be focused only on math and science, while others are focused on literature, art, and music. In my school years, I feel as though I did benefit from the music programs, but not the art ones. I sometimes wish classes such as art and communication arts were never taught, but that's just me.


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