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Asks: What can be done about The Arts & Humanities decision?

Linda writes:
Well said George Kolbenschlag, and well said Cayce Davenport! This cutting of visual and performing arts as a career pathway from our public education is an outrage. Yes, we must have athletics, however, I really thought we as a state had progressed to including all other areas of intelligence, improving the balance of a K-12 experience for student development. What can be done to turn this faulty decision around? - Linda Waggener
Comments re article 78462 Geo Kolbenschlag Cutting back on Arts Humanities shortsighted

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