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    Art education has shaped the academic minds of students all over the United States and continues to develop students ' academic achievements and discoveries. Unfortunately, with the creation of the No Child Left Behind Act and the pressure on schools to deliver high test scores in core subject areas, support of art education has diminished. However, art education is essential to a student’s education as it has many benefits and can help students master other subjects more quickly and efficiently. Art-related programs have been shown to help students increase their SAT scores, perform better on standardized tests, and gain more motivation and creativity in a school environment. Not only that, but art classes benefit students from all socio-economic…

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    Latin American Art History

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    The history of Latin American art is far reaching from the period before colonization up to the present time. As there is only limited space at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, this exhibition will only cover a portion of Latin American art history in one gallery. The theme of this exhibition will focus on Academic History painting from the nineteenth century with the title "Contradicting Political Messages from the Academies." The exhibition will cover the countries of Mexico, Brazil, and…

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    determine if there is a correlation between academic success and extracurricular arts programs. ACT scores, interviews, and surveys will be used to provide data for the research. The findings will be beneficial for inform administrators and school board members when making decisions relating to funding of these programs in the future. Impacts of Extracurricular in the Arts I have often wondered the impact of extracurricular activities on the development of students both academically, and…

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    understanding the creation of modern art in France. When looking at art produced from the 19th century, art changed forms from traditional, naturalistic styles towards modern styles is clear. Baudelaire and Aurier wield their conceptions of art and beauty against the Academy and its traditional style in the two texts. The different theories established in each article express a non-academic sentiment in the realms of style as well as subject and contest the authority and taste of Academic…

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    Arts In Schools Essay

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    some time on an art project is one of the most exciting things a child gets to do. It’s something everyone can enjoy, no matter how good or bad they are. But as they get older, they lose interest. This disinterest combined with the sheer cost of such programs makes the arts an easy target when money needs to be saved. However, keeping art programs can be very beneficial. The arts have been proven to increase academic performance. They also give students a creative outlet with which to express…

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    about whether or not art and music education programs are important for the fate of America’s youth. Numerous schools have already taken the “necessary” measures to cut art and music programs all-together. Many argue that the fine arts distract students from their basic core academics, but research suggests that being part of at least one fine art program improves the overall classroom education. Therefore, receiving credit in an art or music class should be required for high school…

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    Preserving Arts Education in New York City Public Schools When people think of education and the public school system, they usually think of the four core subjects such as english, math, history, and science. Often, forgetting about the importance of an arts education. Yet, it is performing and visual arts that enhance a student’s academic performance. Exposing children to the incredible world of dance, music, or even visual art allows them to think creatively. It allows them to think…

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    United States have shifted heavily towards common core subjects of reading and math, but what about the importance of art education? Although some schools may regard art education as a luxury, simple and creative activities are some of the major building blocks needed for child development. Learning to create and appreciate visual aesthetics may be more important than ever to the development of the next generation of children as they grow into adults. It is important to know what functions art…

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    Arts In Public Schools

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    survey said they either take part in artistic activities, study or practice the arts. This is more than half the population when applied to the global population (Madden). If so many people partake and enjoy the arts, why are an exponential number of art extracurricular programs being cut from so many school districts across the nation? Not only high school students, but middle and elementary schools are even facing budget cuts. Even though to some it can be seen as a waste of time, the…

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    John Dewey

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    If there is a fun yet effective method for improving performance in reading, math, science and social studies, surely it should be undertaken. Research shows that there is an encouraging correlation between art and academic subjects. A report by Americans for the Arts states that “young people who participate regularly in the arts (three hours a day on three days each week through one full year) are four times more likely to be recognized for academic achievement, to participate in a math and…

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