Contemporary Reform and the Contents of Curricula

Packard, Sandra
June 1984
Studies in Art Education;Summer84, Vol. 25 Issue 4, p265
Academic Journal
This paper examines the challenge before art education today-that of identifying an appropriate mission within the context of the "new" school curriculum proposed by recent national reports. Implications for art teacher education are drawn and a model teacher preparation program overiew is presented.


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