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Re: Art education and regular Education

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Joel J Murray (joel3)
Wed, 3 Mar 1999 19:51:03 -0800


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I am looking for any information on how art education contributes to =
education.
Specifically, how art contributes in other disciplines. I am a graduate =
student and=20
have been discovering how many "regular" teachers don't utilize their =
art teachers.
This has become an interest point to me so I have decided to due a 15 to =
20 minute presentation
to my fellow course members. I would like to hear about any =
information, thoughts, or resources that could help me present a good =
argument for the Arts.
Thanks for your help. Penelope=20

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I am looking for any = information on=20 how art education contributes to education.
Specifically, how art = contributes=20 in other disciplines.  I am a graduate student and
have been discovering = how many=20 "regular" teachers don't utilize their art = teachers.
This has become an = interest point=20 to me so I have decided to due a 15 to 20 minute = presentation
to my fellow course = members. =20 I would like to hear about any information, thoughts, or resources that = could=20 help me present a good argument for the Arts.
Thanks for your help.=20 Penelope 
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