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Importance Of Art Education Statistics [Fresh Research]

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"93% of Americans believe that the arts are essential to a well-rounded education."

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"Students who study art are 4 times more likely to be recognized for academic achievements."

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"A 2011 study revealed that 72% of business leaders claimed that creativity is the top skill they seek when hiring."

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"95% of teachers believe art education adds value to the classroom learning experience."

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"Between 2008 – 2013, art education rates decreased by 3.2% in U.S. public elementary schools."

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"More than 50% of U.S. public schools benefit from art funds raised by parent-teacher organizations (PTOs)."

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"61% of U.S. public schools offered music and 42% offered visual arts in 2015."

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"Students involved in the arts are more likely to earn higher GPAs and SAT scores."

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"A 2017 survey found that 41% of secondary schools in England had cut resources designated for art programs."

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"96% of elementary schools in the U.S. with an art program received funding from their school district."

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"In a 2013 survey, 65% of global educators identified arts integration as a top priority."

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"89% of U.S. public schools offered music instruction in 2009."

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"In the U.S., children in lower socioeconomic groups average a 54-point academic performance gap due to lack of art education."

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"Students who take four years of arts education have an average SAT score that is 98 points higher than those who took half a year or less."

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"Elementary schools with art programs show a 23% increase in math scores and a 12% increase in reading scores."

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"46% of youth who participated in the arts for two hours a week did not engage in risky behavior even once."

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