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Introduction - Don't read if an Art Educator Purist!

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klmajor
Tue, 21 Apr 1998 17:23:19 -0700 (PDT)


I, too, would like to come out of the lurking shadows and introduce myself.
I'm the mother of three and joined artsednet to learn how to be more
effectively supportive of the arts in our school and to gather ideas for art projects
and activities for our family. Accomplished both and also learning how
MUCH art can contribute to a child's overall education. I never imagined
how much I would and could learn from the group. I greatly value the banter,
the ideas and even the controversy. Through our differences we learn.

I'm curious: What type of work do you do to pull in parent advocates for
your programs? How can parents help the art educators in expanding programs
beyond the obvious funding support (which will be much stronger for my
children's school now that I know more...).?

Kieran


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