• anonymous
I'm working on a project that's built around understanding why education policy was created, how it works, and how it impacts society, but I want to use the arts to show what I'm learning. My question is, how have people used the arts to explain, influence, or impact education policy in the past?
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  • carlsmith
I don't believe art has had much influence on education at all. Politics and the demands of trade and industry are the main factors in mainstream schooling. I think IT is the new game changer, at last. I don't see where art fits into the picture. The Underground History of American Education is a fascinating read that deals with your question very directly, but it isn't art based of course, it's more of a history by an openly critical, but highly respected teacher from New York. Gatto the chaps name is.

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