In the twenty-first century, strong alliances between and among public educators, families, the business community and civic leaders create the energy and sustained momentum needed for a new, dynamic system of public education.
The New York City Arts in Education Roundtable held its 2012 Face to Face conference to discuss the best practices in art education in schools around the world. Discussing ideas about improving education internationally allows the best ideas to be taught to students regardless of where the child lives. Educators from Finland, Scotland, Venezuela and more met to share ideas about art education with the same goal of improving public education.
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Free, public education made "our" country productive and resilient by allowing each individual a pathway for success. WE need to support and tackle education funding equity for all children and communities. It is not fair or democaratic to provide the best for the few. Disparities are a fact and need to be addressed.
There is little dynamic about the current system but there has been movement on a awesome program just launched this year…http://classwithoutwalls.com/ . It’s the quest program. Now this takes courage. We need more boundaries being pushed. This is progressive, this is real learning.
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