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Teaching, Learning and Educational Studies
Comprehensive education consists of teaching our nation's children to grow and evolve into full-fledged, positive, spirited participants in society. Throughout history, schools in both the public and the private domains have strived to continually better the type and quality of education that students receive. Administrators, principals, teachers, parents, and community members all attempt to ensure that lessons taught in schools - particularly during the elementary years - expose children to the maximum number of skills, values, life lessons, and opportunities. These adults work with the hopeful intention of empowering each individual child and equipping them with the tools to live successfully and confidently.
Moore, Rebecca, "Educating Our Children: The Benefits of Arts Education in Our Nation's Schools" (2003). Honors Theses. 1723.
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