Less time spent on art, music courses in some Pa. schools

04/30/2012 | Philadelphia Inquirer, The

Some Pennsylvania districts report that increased pressure to direct more time and resources to core academic subjects could decrease time spent on music and art. The trend -- similar to a recent decline in foreign-language instruction -- is being seen in a wide range of districts. Some opponents have taken to Facebook to voice their opinion about the cuts and say they plan to lobby their respective school boards.

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