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Re: Arts magnet Schools

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Norman Brown (nobrown.pgh.pa.us)
Sun, 26 Jan 1997 19:07:51 -0500 (EST)


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On Sun, 26 Jan 1997, Nalin wrote:

> I do not know of such a list at this time. Perhaps the US Department of
> Education or the National Endowment has such a list. I can tell you of
> some arts magnets I know of here in Arizona, if you would be interested.
> Two are charter schools, which is also an interesting idea taking hold in
> Arizona.
>
> Lorena
>
> >How can one get a list of arts magnet schools in the United States that are
> >in exsistance already or ones that are about to be formed?
> >Numo Jaeger
>
>
>
> >>What are the advantage of having fine arts magnet schools? Do the
> >>students, not attending a magnet school, suffer any consequences? This
> >>association is doing some research in order to develop a position paper on
> >>this topic before the next fall conference.
> >>
> >>If you have some comments or experiences on this tipic, I'd appreciate your
> >>insights.
> >>
> >> Lorena Nalin
> >> nalin
> >> ************************************
> >> Elementary Art Specialist
> >> at Los Ranchitos School
> >> Tucson, AZ
> >> &
> >>President of the Arizona Art Education Association
>
>
>


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