Why bother teaching music in public schools?

Why bother teaching music in public schools?

Music

The answer is in the question. Music.

Watch this for a full explanation.

You knew this before the question was asked. If you didn’t remember it, you do now.

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About Ken Previti

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3 Responses to Why bother teaching music in public schools?

  1. Thank you! I am not a music teacher, but I have seen the impact of music education on my own 2 children. A daughter who plays clarinet, a son whose biggest wish was a new keyboard, and another who is taking music theory. The sheer JOY in music – this left me with tears in my eyes!

  2. Ken Previti says:

    Reblogged this on Reclaim Reform and commented:

    Turn up your speakers and open everyone’s eyes.

  3. Reblogged this on Poetic Justice and commented:
    Why bother teaching music in public schools?

    Thank you Ken Previti – yes – we did know the answer before the questions was posed.

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