Hillie saidOne day these children will become adults and will have influence in their community and possibly the wrld. Why not give them the resources I had and better.
You are making some assumptions:
1) That it is not possible to cut any of the office workers at the local board of education (or whatever it happens to be called in this fictitious town)
2) That any money paid in higher taxes will go directly to the music and PE classes (it won't)
There is always something else that can be cut somewhere else that doesn't directly affect the actual classroom (or in this case gym / music rooom) and in many cases, a look at the compensation structure of the teachers and comparing it with the current private sector practices gives some very good ideas of how to reign in costs.