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> After a month of logging on to the "artsednet" page, I have read
>registered concerns and suggestions on ART EDUCATION ISSUES, and then there
>are those entries which would be better served through individual Email
>correspondence, and not take up valuable space with inconsequential drivel.
> Personally, I consider it a privelege to be able to exchange ideas with
>other art educators on pressing issues which affect our proession in
>general, and not have to wade through what I call "junk" mail which has
>little if anything to do dirctly with our educational concerns.
> Education in general, and art education in particular, is in crisis
>throughout the states. We need solutons for teacher training at the
>university level, and a scope and sequence approach to the teaching of art
>"principles" and "elements" at the school site levels of instruction.
> I seriously doubt that this page was designed for home-spun
>and chefs to vent their particular brands of nonsense. If they have such a
>need, perhaps these individual (who tend to dominate these pages) should
>consider their own "Web" Page on which to pontificate?
>Robert Beeching, Producer, Author