Word of the Day: inexorably – Education News

Word of the Day: inexorably – 24 Global News | Education News

The word inexorably has appeared in 49 articles on NYTimes.com in the past year, including on Aug. 8 in “Repeat After Her: There Is No Dance Without Dance Education” by Brian Seibert:

In dance education circles, her first name is enough. Everyone knows Jody. They call her the doyenne of dance, the godmother. They speak of her as the No. 1 cheerleader, the most tireless and tenacious champion, the general.

… “She’s a force of nature,” said David C. Banks, the New York City schools chancellor. He has been at the job for 20 months — months filled with calls, emails and texts from Arnhold, with meetings and joint visits to schools. “We all know the arts are a good thing,” he said. “She is the voice in your ear that will not let you forget how important they are.” (He also called her “a sweetheart.”)

Even in interviews, Arnhold educates, buttonholes, lobbies for her cause — graciously but inexorably. She repeats her sayings, like “There is no dance without dance education.” She means, in part, that the next great dancers and choreographers might now be in a kindergarten class in Brooklyn, in need of exposure. She also means that the future dance audience is there.

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