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  • A major problem when it comes to music education in public schools is that many school districts establish a low budget for these programs.
  • As a result of these low budgets, many teachers in music education don’t have the necessary funding to meet the students’ needs.
  • This happens because music classes are not seen as a necessity by those in administration that decide the budget and funding for music is among the first to be reduced.
  • Music education is beneficial to students in multiple ways. It develops the part of the brain that relates to language and reasoning.
  • Music education teaches kids craftsmanship meaning that they will be more inclined to produce quality work rather than mediocre work.
  • These benefits along with many more are the reasons why school districts should invest more of the budget into music education.
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