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Inside March 9, 2004's Issue

-SIX MILE POLL-

 

Is it a good idea for the state of Georgia to save money by removing art and music programs from the schools? Why or why not?

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Johnnie Benson Johnnie Benson
Cartersville Campus
Nursing Major
No. The music program that school systems provide for our children is priceless. It has been proven that playing music to an infant stimulates their intellectual development.”
Jay Scott Jay Scott
Cartersville Campus
Business Major
“Personally I don't believe it's a good idea to remove arts from schools. Most schools draw more students and more money by offering performing arts to students.”
Debbi Clay Debbi Clay
Cartersville Campus
Business Management Major
No. These programs provide more balance to the students' curriculum. It adds a measure of culture to their education.”
Kim Mathison Kim Mathison
Cartersville Campus
Undeclared Major
No. I believe this gives them a broader view in the end. It's not always about math and science. I think it makes them round.”
Trevor Burwell Trevor Burwell
Cartersville Campus
Undeclared Major
“I feel this is a horrible idea. It's my experience that the youth of today use art and music as their gateway to the world and to express themselves.”


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