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> From: Janet Gallagher <jgallagher.me.us>
> To: ArtsEdNet
> Subject: g t art
> I am hoping to set up a g t art program at my K-8 school next year. Do you
> have any info that might help, such as profiling of candidates, curriculum
> ideas, etc? Tks.