Aligning the Arts With Common Core Standards

Taylor, Bruce D.
December 2015
School Administrator;Dec2015, Vol. 72 Issue 11, p35
The article focuses on the role of art education and Common Core State Standards for well-being of students. Topics discussed include rule of content acquisition by Common Core State Standards; importance of creativity for art and skill development in students; development of intellectual exercise to stimulate students' interest and evaluation of artistic future of students.


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