Opinion: Arts vital to collaboration, creative thinking

The decline of arts education limits children's development, collaborative work experiences and appreciation of differences, writes Stephanie Perrin, head of one of the oldest U.S. secondary schools for the arts. Most U.S. schools are still designed for a 19th-century economy, not the 21st-century world that requires risk-taking and creative thinking.

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