Read the following scenario:
A school board in a small community makes a decision to cut the school district’s theater program. Many parents and students believe that theater is an important part of the educational process. A coalition of parents and students approaches the city council and asks the council members to support the establishment of a community theater program. In which way might the city council best support a community theater program?
a The city council could pay for the formation of a community theater program.
b The city council could ask the local newspaper to provide free advertising about the community theater program.
c The city council could authorize the community theater to use space in the city hall for rehearsals.
d The city council could recruit volunteers to direct and act in community theater productions.

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