Supporting the arts positively impacts lives in our community. Research shows that investing in the arts encourages business development, supports jobs, and creates government revenue in communities large or small. The College Board has found that students who include arts classes in their high school years out perform their peers on the SAT. At-risk students involved in after-school arts programs have greater success academically and personally than those left unsupervised.
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 Arts and Economic Prosperity III. Americans for the Arts, 2007.
 2007 College Board Seniors: Total Group Profile Report. Rep. The College Board, 2007.
 McElroy, Edward J. (2005). “A case for arts education.” Teaching Pre-K-8, Vol. 35, Iss. 6.