Persuasive Essay On Music Education

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Music education opens doors that help children pass from school into the world around them a world of work, culture, intellectual activity, and human involvement. The future of our nation depends on providing our children with a complete education that includes music. - Gerald Ford, who is the 39th president of the United State and many other such as Bill and Hillary Clinton as well as Martin Luther King would all agree with me in saying that the art and music programs in school are just as important as the STEM and 3 R’s. First by painting ourselves into the perspectives against getting rid of music. Than let's act out all the benefits of the the fine arts have on students and finally lets sing a song about why keeping music and art in school is just as important as the STEM and 3 R’s To begin let's start by painting ourselves into the argument against keeping the fine arts in schools. “My child isn’t good at music or art so it isn’t fair that they should have to do.” That is a very valid point your child may not be artistically inclined, but why is it fair that your child…show more content…
We are going to only discuss the benefits given to students that don’t plan on following fine arts as a career path. According to, students with a fine arts extracurricular such as drama or band have a higher graduation rate. They also have 11% higher scores on math tests. Students in fine arts learn many important skills that will help them in the modern work environment, such as teamwork if you’ve ever been in play production or in a band or choir. You learn pretty quickly no matter how good you are the other parts make it the performance work. It also increases a students creativity and problem solving abilities. It also gives students a healthy outlet. We can all agree that teenagers all struggle to express yourself, the fine arts give all that participate to express them freely and without

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