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    Wake County wants to beef up its middle school arts programs, especially strings, after years of declining funding has led to cuts in what indivdiual schools offer to students.

Wake County wants to beef up its middle school arts programs, especially strings, after years of declining funding has led to cuts in what indivdiual schools offer to students. Elena Boffetta eboffetta@newsobserver.com
Wake County wants to beef up its middle school arts programs, especially strings, after years of declining funding has led to cuts in what indivdiual schools offer to students. Elena Boffetta eboffetta@newsobserver.com

Less money leads to hodgepodge of arts offerings in Wake County

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