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I'm not sure what's been mentioned already, but Champions of Change,
a great resource, as is Gaining the Arts Advantage,
You might also be able to find some articles on the Center for Arts in
the Basic Curriculum Web site. http://www.newhorizons.org/ofc_cabc.html
Hope this helps.
--- I'm pulling out my bigs guns on this one. PE is trying to get my principal to hire another PE teacher instead of an art teacher. (We have 2 PE, 2 music and 1 1/2 art on our campus of 700 students). I need proof that art is just as valuable to the curriculum as PE. They have come up with all sorts of articles and websites to show many hours a week the children need PE. So, I need to find proof that the children need more than 50 minutes of art once per week. The more websites I can find the better. I have dug around on here and the NAEA website and haven't found much. Anything at this point would help!!!
-- Sarah B. Lohrius Program Officer, Education New York Foundation for the Arts Phone: (212) 366-6900 x281 Fax: (212) 366-1778 E-mail: lohrius
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