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Re: Censorship

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National Art Education Association (naea)
Wed, 21 Jan 1998 09:21:37 -0500 (EST)


NATIONAL ART EDUCATION FOUNDATION
1916 Association Drive, Reston, Virginia 22091-1590
Office of the Secretary/Treasurer

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: January 16, 1998
CONTACT: Donnamarie Gilbert

ART EDUCATION REFORM GRANTS ANNOUNCED
BY ART EDUCATION FOUNDATION:
29 RECIPIENTS NAMED

RESTON, VA- The Trustees of the National Art Education Foundation voted
unanimously to award 29 recipients grants under the four grant programs
administered by the Foundation for 1998. The Foundation, established as
an independent, sister organization to the National Art Education
Association (NAEA), supports four grant programs: the Teacher Incentive
Program; the Mary McMullan Fund; the NAEA Research Fund; and the Ruth
Halvorsen Professional Development Fund.

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The purpose of the Ruth Halvorsen Professional Development Fund is to
provide scholarships that promote NAEA's efforts to initiate and encourage
the understanding and implementation of the goals for student learning
promulgated through the Visual Arts Standards. Annual scholarships will be
awarded to selected art educators whose proposals focus on understanding,
implementation, and issues specifically relating to the standards.

1998 Ruth Halvorsen Professional Development Fund Recipients

Lauren L. Hazel, Amherst, Massachusetts
Sarah Jai Waggoner, Berkeley, California
Irene Williams, Andover, New Jersey

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The purpose of the Mary McMullan Fund is to support of projects that
promote art education as an integral part of the curriculum; to establish
and/or improve the instruction of art in public and private elementary and
secondary schools as well as schools of higher education.

1998 Mary McMullan Fund for Art Education Recipients

Liesa Schroeder, Independence, Missouri
Debi Barrett-Hayes, Tallahassee, Florida
Holly Uecker-Herman, Grand Rapids, Michigan
Sally Myers & Shari Stoddard, Muncie, Indiana
Cheryl S. Butterfield, Estacada, Oregon
Katie E. Bechtel, Phoenix, Arizona
Gay Ellen Kohl, Scottsdale, Arizona
Gayla R. Bonnell, Phoenix, Arizona

The purpose of the Teacher Incentive Grant Program is to support projects
that promote the teaching of art. Teaching of art includes, but is not
limited to: the instructional process; curriculum; student learning;
student assessment; classroom behavior, management, or discipline; or other
practices relating to instructional interaction and the achievement of
student learning.

1998 Teacher Incentive Grant Recipients

Emmy Whitehead Casey, Arapahoe, North Carolina
Dr. Mika Cho, Los Angeles, California
Barbara Hagle, Grand Prairie, Texas
Donna Lyle, Caledonia, Michigan
Angie Swinson, New Bern, North Carolina
Tillie Thomas, Kissee Mills, Missouri
Sarah Jai Waggoner, Berkeley, California
Nadene A. Wright, Bethesda, Maryland

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The purpose of Research Grants Program is to endorse the National Art
Education Association's efforts to initiate and encourage research in art
education, and to demonstrate its commitment to the goals for research in
art education that the Association has promulgated through its Creating a
Visual Arts Research Agenda Toward the 21st Century, offers a program to
provide major grants to support research in art education.

1998 Research Grant Recipients

Dr. Carol Jeffers, Los Angeles California
Dr. Robert Sabol, West Lafayette, Indiana
Dr. Lynn Galbraith, Tucson, Arizona
Joseph Amorino, Union City, New Jersey
Dr. Frances E. Thurber, Omaha, Nebraska
Dr. Cynthia Colbert, Columbia, South Carolina
Dr. Mary Lou Stokrocki, Tempe, Arizona
Anne El-Omami, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Barbara A. Denton, Topeka, Kansas

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Application to the Programs is open to any individual who is an active
member of the National Art Education Association (NAEA) and has been for at
least one year prior to the date of application, to state/province
associations of the NAEA, or to recognized special interest affiliates of
the NAEA. The postmark deadline for receiving applications is October 1,
1998. Mail to: National Art Education Foundation, 1916 Association Drive,
Reston, VA 22091-1590. Awards will be announced on or before April 1,
1999. Selected projects will be announced in the NAEA News.

For further information concerning grant applications or donations to the
Foundation contact Donnamarie Gilbert, (703)860-8000; FAX 703-860-2960;
e-mail, naea

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