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Re: standards & competencies

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Kathrine L Walker (klwalk)
Wed, 24 Apr 1996 12:53:36 -0500 (CDT)

Kansas Board of Education has approved a Visual Arts Education
Curriculum. It has been done in a horizantal format to allow you to see
how it meets the National Standards. (Mailing address for state Bof E is
120 S.E. 10th Ave. Topeka, KS 66612) Sandra Terril at the B of E is
also working with a Professional Standards Adivisory Board, working on
educator preparation and licensure to comly with the redesign. Marge
Banks, Fine Arts Coordinator
for the Olathe Public Schools has also written an article called "using
the National Standards to Drive Curriculum Development".

Kathrine Walker, Beach Museum of Art, Kansas State University
On 23 Apr 1996, David Parsons wrote:

> On Monday, I will attend a statewide art(s) education meeting to create
> standardized "benchmarks" and other aspects of statewide art & arts standards &
> competencies. We will probably build upon an outline called "frameworks" that
> were created in this state a few years ago. I was part of the frameworks
> committee and we seemed to gain some professional respect by the way we handled
> that process. We also scrapped our old competencies when the frameworks came
> out. This is a goals 2000 project.
> Any thoughts or comments? What have you adopted in your state?
> Dave Parsons