Blues in the Schools can be appropriately tailored to the age of the students with creative cross-discipline curriculum. Subjects like music, art, English, and social studies are natural fits, while creative teachers can individually figure ways to tie Math, Science and Tech Ed to a BITS unit. For instance, a simple activity like designing a CD package enlists art, English, and music disciplines. Should students be challenged to plan out the touring itinerary for a band, they will utilize math, geography, and language arts skills in their assignments. At the high school level, the in-depth study of the sharecropping system in the Mississippi Delta combines English, social studies, and music to deliver a very crucial understanding of the relationship between these social and cultural factors in the birth of the blues. The combinations of programs is unlimited and each educator has the freedom to construct a relevant lesson plan using blues as the framework.