Imagining A Publicly Engaged Arts and Humanities Curriculum
In one of my courses this year on artists, institutions, and change, we spent a class period talking about how we might redesign a typical K-12 experience with an emphasis on the elevation of arts education. It was more of a thought experiment than an exercise toward a solution, and we all had different ideas about what that might look like. Since that exercise, I have had occasion to reflect on what transformational educational changes could look like in higher ed, particularly in my own disciplines, and perhaps necessitated by national shifts in how we value education.
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