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> I have a research paper I wrote on three alternative schools in Iowa in
> the early eighties on models that were around since late sixties:
> "Coming of Age - Alternative Schools: Fact or Fiction?"
> If you are interested in it, please send me your mailing address.
> Currently I am in Prague and do not have access to it. What is your
> Teresa Tipton
> On Sat, 14 Sep 1996, Lisa Levenson wrote:
> > Hello to all, I'm art ed grad stud. working on a research project
> > concerning alternative or progressive art schooling of the late '60's-
> > early '70's that would be compared to present experimental or reformed art
> > school practices of present. I may consider the effects of '60-'70
> > alternative art education on present methods also. We were asked to use
> > school arts for our research... I'm unsure how to access the particular
> > articles I need and if they will even be there. I would like to ask the
> > NEA ass. & NAEA ass. if they have any clues for me..Does anyone have an
> > EMail address for either of them? I think Enid Zimmerman may be someon
> > who has been involved with progerams along the lines of what I'd like to
> > research..Are you there Enid or does anyone know how to get a hold of her?
> > There has to be some of you out there who know what I'm talking about...
> > Please send your ideas to lisal or snail mail Lisa Levenson
> > POB 13533, Tucson, Az. 85732 Also I'm interested in personal experiences
> > and possible phone interviews if any of you could be willing subjects
> > (520) 748-2873. How did(does)that type of art education effect students
> > lives 20+ yr's later?Pre thanks to all!-lisal