In Glen McClish excerpt, he claims that music helps you improve in math and math related
subjects like science or engineering. The reason why he thinks there is a problem is that music
helps you understand the value of hardworking discipline and teamwork. Therefore, in order to
solve this problem McClish suggest that all kindergarten through twelfth grade students should
take a mandatory music classes but there is not enough money to pay for those classes. In order
to have more money for musical classes, McClish suggest that schools need to cut all athletic
programs because the only teach you how to be aggressive and competitive while music classes
helps you with school subjects. In my opinion I disagree with McClish solution that all athletic
programs should be cut in order to give more money to the music department to have mandatory
classes because sports keep you healthy and on shape, musical instruments may cost more
money than sports equipment and lastly because not all students are interested in playing an
when you play a sport, it maintains you in shape and healthy. playing a sport helps your heart
stay healthy. In any type of sport you run and running helps your cardio which leads to a healthy
heart. Also, playing a sport is a fun and easy way to exercise. Many teenagers don’t want to
waste their time doing something they don’t like; Like going for a run, doing pushups or sit ups.
Sports are fun because you get to meet new people and it teaches you team work and at the same
time you are doing some exercise. Sports helps you with your cardiovascular which leads you to
a healthy life and it’s a fun way to exercise.
We should not cut the athletic programs and give that money to have mandatory musical classes
because schools are going to waste more money on musical instruments and musical teachers
than sports equipment. Musical instruments cost a lot of money,...
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