Wednesday, February 02, 2005

"A study of a Minneapolis program showed that arts integration has substantial effects for all students, but appears to have its greatest impact on disadvantaged learners. Gains go well beyond the basics and test scores. Students become better thinkers, develop higher-order skills, and deepen their inclination to learn."(washingtonpost.com | The Art of Education Success)

:: note :: . . . who is listening . . . no one within earshot . . .