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Art education: The correlation between the economy and the arts

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Art education: The correlation between the economy and the arts

With the progress of technology, we are living in the age of creativity. According to Professor Richard Florida of Carnegie Mellon University, “Human creativity is the ultimate economic resource.” ... In addition, a study conducted by the Alliance for Excellent Education reveals that the estimated drop-out number for the class of 2006-2007 costs the United States more than $329 billion in lost wages, taxes, and productivity (Redford Conference).
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