Summit NJ (PRWEB) December 10, 2007 -- The National Education Budget proposes another cut in art education, this time for $35.6 million. The sad fact is that many schools have already eliminated art education. According to a university study released this month, "Budget makers and politicians see math and reading as the gold standard of education, but fail to see the enormous benefits of art education."
If schools are not teaching the arts and sciences, what are they teaching? The ominous answer is politically correct social studies and revisionist history.
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