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"I would think the NAEA should be sympathetic, but a local rep that I
e-mailed wrote back: they are "not able to help you with this sort of
problem. Our purpose is promote art education (advocacy), to assist
teachers in improving the quality of art education, and to keep the =
informed of the arts." Isn't that what I asked for: "assistance in
improving the quality of art Ed"??"
Your best bet for "quick" VA help is on the Internet, i.e. this site! I =
find more constructive info from
those who are active in the field. Nothing like solving problems being =
on the classroom firing line. As most of you, I began to learn to teach =
the first day I stepped into the classroom!
Someone on this page remarked about the appallingly poor NAEA web site =
design, i.e. '98. Good natured as I am, I submitted a possible jumping =
off point for a new site. After they received my design, the national =
president asked me not to send him any more material. They quickly =
modified their home page. WIP (work-in-progress) you know.
So much for the buearuacracy?
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