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Education budgets are usually insufficient because they reflect the same ranking society gives it. Once again, this is about the rule, not the exception. That being said, the arts are being cut from school programs to save funds.

That’s a massive blunder. Vices abound. Kids are warned against alcoholism and addiction. Then they are deprived of some of the most constructive uses of their time and energy.

Supposedly, kids are sent to school in the best country in the world until they graduate. Then they are expected to attend colleges and universities to make them workplace ready. Someone somewhere thinks those 12 to 16 years or more of education can be achieved without healthy outlets for students’ emotions.

Those Conduits Would Be the Arts.

Great feelings are inspired by the artistic endeavors of others. In other words, someone creative must be involved. It’s how we get:

  • Music

  • Dance

  • Paintings

  • Sculptures

  • Plays

  • Books

Uninformed people think that only gifted artists and performers do those things. That’s true. Places like performing arts high schools, music schools, and art institutes are where they learn and develop those talents.

Maybe You’re Raising a Stephen King!

This post focuses on creative writing and what it does for students. For a start, it:

  1. Allows them to express themselves without judgement or criticism. Surrounded by so many rules and limitations, kids need this.

  2. Improves their use of proper grammar, spelling, and punctuation. This is always good for grades and job skills. Also, you can use the best essay checker for your essays etc.

  3. Makes them think. Once they start doing this, anything can happen.

  4. Allows them to dream. They begin to imagine their future lives, among other things.

  5. Helps them plan. The adults in their lives have expectations. Children learn to expect from themselves as well.

  6. Grows their self-esteem. Fearless, confident kids are always a plus.

  7. Encourages their creativity. This is used in play and problem-solving.

  8. Gives them liberty. Their final draft of a successful upbringing is an independent, self-sufficient adult.

  9. Gives them courage. Those who are afraid yet still move forward into a positive outcome is just one possibility of this scenario.

  10. Develops a useful skill. Practice improves execution.

  11. Gives them access to like-minded peers. Writers’ groups are another possibility. If nothing else, they can socialize with others who write and form their own.

  12. Empowers them. This speaks for itself.

  13. Makes them leaders. Most people are followers.

  14. Produces innovators. Expanding on a current process or product is a large part of business.

  15. Generates inventors. Without the new, what would people anticipate?

  16. Forms authors and writers. Many new books were released this year. Like the number of first-time novelists, it grows exponentially. The same can be said for new magazines and other print media, online and offline.

  17. Crafts poets. Communicating in a brief, written form is an underappreciated art. It will put them in touch with their emotions and other people.

  18. Builds playwrights. Who writes all of those great Broadway shows and visual feasts? Actually, a lot of people do.

  19. Constructs storytellers. This is a skill used in every aspect of life. It may begin with an idea and culminate in the review of a full life.

  20. Hones them into teachers. This is a synonym for parent, elder, older sibling, etc. The literal meaning is fine, too.

What would you add to this list?

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