Protecting Our Children from the Arts

Descollonges, Heather; Eisner, Elliot
October 2003
American School Board Journal;Oct2003, Vol. 190 Issue 10, p28
Discusses recommendations on how to protect children from the attitudes and dispositions the arts promote. Limitation of students' exposure to art; Importance of teaching art mechanically; Benefits of standardized tests for assessing student performance.


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