Music programs being put to rest

08/26/2003 | Christian Science Monitor, The

Due to tight budgets and an instructional emphasis on core subjects, school districts across the country are cutting music programs. Consultant John Augenblick says the current public attitude, which focuses on individual interests rather than community needs, is contributing to the shift away from music in schools.

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