Podcast by Sophie Anjali Duhameau, Isabelle Edgar, Danny Ritz, Joseph Sarmenta and Elli Schulz
We previewed the ballot proposal to increase funding for art and music education by talking to kids. The young voice explain the current state of arts programs in California public schools, how the proposition would impact them, and how it feels to understand an election in 2022.
NEWS UPDATE: California schools will receive a boost of about $1 billion for art and music education, starting next year, after voters approved Proposition 28 on Tuesday.
Danny Ritz is a senior studying English and Music. He is a Desk Editor for the Grind at the Stanford Daily, and is the Marketing Director for Stanford Theater Laboratory.
Sophie Duhameau is a sophomore studying Psychology and Communication.
Isabelle Edgar is a Junior studying English. She is a producer for Stanford Storytelling Project and a poetry reader for Adroit Journal.
Joseph Sarmenta is a sophomore from San Jose, California, pursuing degrees in Communication and Linguistics. He is particularly interested in phonology, sociophonetics, and podcasting.
Elli Schulz is a sophomore studying English, communication, and philosophy. Outside of class she dances ballet and ballroom, is a leader in the Chi Alpha Christian Fellowship and is an editor for Vox Clara.
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