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Wilde, Susan (SWILDE)
Wed, 29 Sep 1999 15:13:03 -0500


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The Getty is funding a project called "Transforming Education Through
the
Arts" which is about integrating arts into the curriculum. Different
schools throughout the country are involved (3 in Nebraska where I
live). I
believe information can be found at Artsednet home page
(www.artsednet.gettty.edu). Good luck! It's a fascinating issue and in
line with what alot of people think should be done about some issues in
school reform.

Sue Wilde

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The Getty is funding a project called = "Transforming Education Through
the
Arts" which is about integrating arts into the = curriculum.=A0Different
schools throughout the country are involved (3 in = Nebraska where I
live).=A0I
believe information can be found at Artsednet home = page
(www.artsednet.gettty.edu).=A0Good luck!=A0It's a = fascinating issue and in
line with what alot of people think should be done = about some issues in
school reform.

Sue Wilde

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