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Colwell, Richard – Arts Education Policy Review, 2019
As the title suggests, the author provides a description of an international effort to develop an understanding of the present depth and priority of arts policies. As arts policy is not limited to education but formulated at all levels of community, including unions, individuals, philanthropic organizations, and government agencies, policy often…
Descriptors: Art Education, Educational Policy, Educational Change, Accountability
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Shaw, Ryan D. – Arts Education Policy Review, 2019
While policy formation frameworks are commonly used to understand public policy developments, scholars rarely have used them to reflect on arts education policies. Such analysis is important because it can assist both in identifying the genesis of past policies, including who the important actors are, how issues are framed and problematized, and…
Descriptors: Art Education, Educational Policy, Models, Policy Formation
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Lee, Alan – Arts Education Policy Review, 2010
In the light of a decision taken in April 2009 that the arts will be included in a projected national curriculum it seems relevant to examine "First We See: The National Review of Visual Education," which was completed in August 2008. That Review recommends the development of a visual education curriculum for the compulsory years of…
Descriptors: National Curriculum, Educational Objectives, Outcomes of Education, Visual Literacy
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Blakeslee, Michael – Arts Education Policy Review, 2004
In this paper, the author explains why programs or potential programs designed to serve education in music and the other arts should be evaluated on the basis of breadth of coverage of standards-based skill and knowledge, of depth of coverage of that skill and knowledge and on the proportion of a given student population that they reach. Those who…
Descriptors: Advocacy, Art Education, Outcomes of Education, Educational Objectives
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Hanley, Betty – Arts Education Policy Review, 2003
Asserts that testing is widely accepted and politically supported in Canada. Examines why there should be testing in the arts; what should be tested; who makes the tests, takes the tests, and benefits from them; and how frequently students should be tested. Concludes by outlining issues for consideration by policymakers. (PAL)
Descriptors: Art Education, Educational Objectives, Educational Policy, Educational Principles
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Hoffa, Harlan – Arts Education Policy Review, 1996
Presents an interesting meditation on the journey of art from private vision, appreciated by a few wealthy patrons and scholars, to the realm of public enterprise. Examines some of what has been gained and lost in this process. Provides an overview of the post World War II development of art education. (MJP)
Descriptors: Advocacy, Art Activities, Art Education, Artists
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Koroscik, Judith Smith – Arts Education Policy Review, 1997
Maintains that since the 18th century an intellectual schism has developed between the U.S. public and specialized academic and artistic communities. Argues that art educators can work to correct this by serving as translators for those who lack fluency in the critical language of the arts. (MJP)
Descriptors: Aesthetic Values, Art Activities, Art Education, Art Expression
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Zimmerman, Enid – Arts Education Policy Review, 1997
Asserts that the dialectic between excellence and equity in art education is generally expressed as an "either/or" situation. Argues that curricula and assessments can be designed to challenge artistically talented students and also serve the needs of all students. Concludes that both universal and relative social contexts are important. (MJP)
Descriptors: Art Education, Conservatism, Educational Objectives, Educational Philosophy
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Simpson, Judith W. – Arts Education Policy Review, 1995
Maintains that art education in an urban environment needs to move beyond multicultural awareness. Urban art education must stress art as a way of knowing about the world, a way of making nonviolent statements about social and environmental problems, and as a way of working cooperatively with other students. (MJP)
Descriptors: Art Activities, Art Education, At Risk Persons, Cultural Awareness
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O'Fallon, David – Arts Education Policy Review, 1995
Asserts that, in the fields of the arts and education, the United States faces an intersection of opportunities to bring the arts into education with more depth. Maintains that the arts are essential for effective living today. Discusses Hannah Arendt's three forms of human activity--labor, work, and action--and relates the role of the arts to…
Descriptors: Aesthetic Education, Art, Art Education, Citizenship Education
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Best, Harold M. – Arts Education Policy Review, 1995
Discusses the perceptual effects of music on culture. Outlines the differences between "high" and "low" culture and attributes of popular culture. Concludes that the goal should not be to encourage students to listen to better music, but to listen to all music more intelligently. (CFR)
Descriptors: Cultural Activities, Cultural Context, Educational Objectives, Elementary Secondary Education
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Anderson, Tom – Arts Education Policy Review, 1995
Introduces a six-article symposium on interdisciplinary art education. Maintains that the specialization of modern societies presents a barrier between the arts and an interdisciplinary approach to arts education. Previews five articles that follow in the symposium. (CFR)
Descriptors: Art Appreciation, Art Education, Art Teachers, Cultural Enrichment
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Dunn, Phillip C. – Arts Education Policy Review, 1995
Asserts that the general educational curriculum tends to be fragmented and compartmentalized and that this situation would be improved by curriculum integration. Argues that an interdisciplinary arts approach would require new teacher attitudes and instructional strategies. (CFR)
Descriptors: Art Appreciation, Art Education, Art Teachers, Cultural Enrichment
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Bresler, Liora – Arts Education Policy Review, 1995
Maintains that the 1990s are witnessing a renewed interest in curriculum integration. Presents, defines, and discusses nine approaches to the cognitive and affective aspects to integrating the arts in the K-12 curriculum. Recommends the coequal style and asserts that it has the potential for intellectual stimulation. (CFR)
Descriptors: Aesthetic Education, Art Education, Cognitive Processes, Curriculum Development
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McPherson, Gary E. – Arts Education Policy Review, 1995
Presents a curriculum profile of arts education in Australia. The curriculum includes generic outcome statements organized around interrelated approaches. These include creating, making, and presenting, as well as arts criticism and aesthetics, and past and present contexts. The outcome statements range across eight levels of achievement. (MJP)
Descriptors: Art Education, Curriculum Design, Curriculum Development, Curriculum Guides
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