Is music education getting short shrift in schools?

Is music education getting short shrift in schools?

‘I wouldn’t be as good at math or science without music’
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Freshman Nolan Reed, son of Ron Reed and Cindy Ryan, practices with the Durango High School Symphonic Orchestra at the school. While music budgets have been cut in many school districts, Durango School District 9-R has avoided the big cuts seen elsewhere. Still, many fret the declining importance of music in schools is hurting overall academic performance.
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Jessica Pohlman, daughter of Sheri and Cliff Pohlman, sings with the Durango High School Jazz Band at The Durango Instrumental Music Program’s inagural Awards Banquet. Studies have shown music education in early childhood advances a student’s SAT scores in later years.
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