Summary Of The Sanctuary Of School By Lynda Barry

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In “The Sanctuary of School,” Lynda Barry makes an implicit (not directly stated) argument for arts education in schools. What is her implicit argument? Do you agree or disagree with her? Is arts education important? Why or why not? Lynda Barry’s short memoir, “The Sanctuary of School,” is a recollection from her early years as a child in elementary school. Barry illustrates that, as a child, she grew up in a less than stable home environment and describes how she went unnoticed in that household. Barry’s argument is that educational system is important to children, especially those with unhappy home lives. She wants education to improve in different areas, for example, more arts education in school, and before and after school program for

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