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Aug 10 2015 - 12:47am
There is always a need for innovation. The current school curriculum places a lot of focus on STEM. The attention on STEM is an effort to train the next generation of workers needed to fill up the availability of skilled jobs. As a result of the STEM emphasis, many schools are ignoring and cutting funds for art programs. Learning how color and light corresponds, knowing self expression through writing, sitting in cultural studies and critical thinking classes add to the creativity of a student. How do educators and teachers fit arts into STEM to balance the field of technicality and creativity?
|By: Evans Frimpong|1147 Reads