March is Save Our Schools Month

“I had incredible teachers. As I look at my life today, the things I value most about myself — my imagination, my love of acting, my passion for writing, my love of learning, my curiosity — all come from how I was parented and taught.” Read more…

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  1. Yay! He really resonates with my own experience needing to be allowed to be a teacher for the kids and let up on those standardized tests. That is only quantitative learning because it is the only way the schools can show what progress kids are making. However, they forget that the arts are based on the qualitative learning which really shows the real progress of learning in the schools. We need to keep Music and the Arts as a major part of the Core Curriculum. Plato once said that Music and the Arts are more important than Philosophy or any of the other core subjects. If he had a choice what to cut, he would not choose Music and the Arts.

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