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Schools should Continue to Teach Music in Public Schools

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Briannj21Briannj21
Nice! That's fine. Thanks! ;-)
Posted 2016-04-09 05:00:46
BifurcationsBifurcations
@Briannj21 This is sad :( I was unaware that was happening I am happy to take the debate without adjustments to the motion just so long as that was clarified :) Just to let you know I will likely use all of the week time limit to post due to involvement with other debates

Looking forward to this though :)
Posted 2016-04-08 20:52:47
Briannj21Briannj21
Thanks admin and @Bifurcations yes people are stopping some art programs including music due to supposed low budgets and lack of interest. If you want I could add to my resolution that we should make music classes mandatory for at least one year.
Posted 2016-04-08 19:09:54
adminadmin
Also, super interesting topic! Would have LOVED to do it but I'm a bit busy with other debates atm.
Posted 2016-04-08 05:27:27
adminadmin
@Briannj21 - quick protip: if you'd like to ensure @Bifurcations is notified when you comment stuff, write her name with an at symbol before it in your comment (like I did there).
Posted 2016-04-08 05:26:19
BifurcationsBifurcations
@Briannj21 cool thanks just making sure I understand the motion here. Are people voting to discontinue teaching music?
Posted 2016-04-08 01:35:24
Briannj21Briannj21
In all public schools (more centered towards North America though)
Posted 2016-04-08 01:13:12
BifurcationsBifurcations
forgot to tag sorry @Briannj21
Posted 2016-04-06 21:32:23
BifurcationsBifurcations
Is this a Canadian centred policy?
Posted 2016-04-06 21:25:56
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