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An education in the arts encourages high achievement.

    • Study of the arts encourages a suppleness of the mind, a toleration for ambiguity, a taste for nuance, and the ability to make trade-offs among alternative courses of action.


    • Study of the arts helps students to think and work across traditional disciplines. They learn both to integrate knowledge and to "think outside the box."


    • An education in the arts teaches student how to work together cooperatively.


    • An education in the arts builds an understanding of diversity and the multi-cultural dimensions of our world.


    • An arts education insists on the value of content, which helps students understand "quality" as a key value.


    • An arts education contributes to technological competence.

     

Source: Business Week, October 28, 1996

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