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    Art In Schools

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    Have you ever wanted to express your creativity in the arts, but can’t since there isn’t an art program in your school? Art programs are needed in schools. Lots of schools are eliminating their art programs for other things. These programs can even help you focus more in class. All schools should fund their art programs. Many schools around the country are eliminating their funding for their art programs. Much of the funding is going to the new state tests being released. A large amount of the schools use the paper copies for the test. When they were given the Chromebooks by a grant, so doing the online version of the test would save money used to buy extra paper. Even though academics are important, many studies show that the arts help…

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    Arts In Schools

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    Fewer schools offer arts programs, such as theatre and music, since 2000. Art improves students’ behavior as well as students’ math and reading skills. The No Child Left Behind Act mandates that the arts as a core subject. Students who study art are four times more likely to be recognized for academic achievement than students who do not study art. In public schools, art is needed for students who do not have much access to art programs. Art is a global activity included by a host of…

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    Art In School

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    I believe that art should be presented in school, because it is not something people think that it still exists, for example I believe that if I were to show the creations of art, music,dance, sporting actitivty, or even literature it is important because these topics are something people don’t really pay attention to. I feel like this is not as much demanding in schools as lt was before when I was in elementary school. I have a sister who is in elementary school now, and she has her assignments…

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    Arts In Schools

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    Music, Drama and Art in the Hallways (An Argument Concerning the Validity of arts in Schools) School is supposed to be a place of learning and enrichment, but it doesn’t take long for the students to become uninterested with the same old, boring lessons that are pulled out of dusty textbooks. From calculus quizzes to English exams, the material learned isn’t always the most fun and interesting, to say the least. There is a way to make learning a bit more bearable and school a pinch more…

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    are all part of the arts. The arts have been used for many years for entertainment or even ways of therapy. Are the arts important to have in public schools, or are they distractions? The arts actually help students achieve more academically. Many people have different opinions on whether or not the arts should be kept in schools. The arts can help students get out of their shell and be who they actually are or they want to be. The arts are important to have in public schools because they help…

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    Fine Arts In Schools

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    When looking back on high school people recall fond memories of band, choir, dance and theater. As they grow older the hope to see there own children grow to love the same activities the learned and loved in high school, but will there even be the chance for those children to get to know and love fine arts? The arts have had a big role in student’s life in past years, but recently there have been factors that result in the removal of fine arts in schools, some of the factors are budget cuts and…

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    Arts In Schools Essay

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    In elementary school, spending 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…

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    Art programs are constantly in danger of being cut from shrinking school budgets. Art is commonly viewed as a “filler” course that’s only purpose is to entertain children, almost as a second recess. That of course is not the case. Art has enough scientific evidence to demonstrate that it is a necessary part of every child 's life. In this paper, we will explore a few of the top benefits that art gives a child, including language, cultural awareness, inventiveness, work experience, motor skills,…

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    Arts In Schools

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    employers think every student should acquire broad knowledge in the liberal arts (Power of Liberal Arts, 2013). Students in today’s society are formed to a “one-size-fits-all” learning system. With this system present in schools, students are slowly, but surely, becoming deprived of an open-minded, creative train of thought. The lack of arts programs in schools has led to an overall decrease in performance and quality intellectual thinking, while also placing art students at a disadvantage.…

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    problems before they can be considered a top student in any school across the nation. But can they become a better student by listening to music or painting a picture? There is a constant debate on whether schools should continue to support fine art classes. Some people think that dance, music, drama, and art classes are not a necessary component for students to participate in to graduate. These same people see fine art classes as a hobby to do on a student’s leisure time not an essential…

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