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Partition/outline Intro Prevent removal of art program Thesis: The art program needs to be more heavily implemented because it inspires students to learn and helps them solve problems for other subjects that are tested in school 2 nd /3 rd paragraph What is the art program Relation to NCLB Why it is being cut back/removed Partitions/points Art is just as important as other subjects
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Unformatted text preview: • Art helps students express creativity • Art increases cultural awareness/diversity of art in school • Art: the visual way of learning • Art can help students with other subjects o Posters o Projects o Music Refutations Art is apart of elementary education Why should only math and reading be further implemented?...
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