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Inflection Points in/through Art Education: Conversations Today and a Look to the Future
  • ISSN: 2045-5879
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From your perspective, what is the place of social justice education (and politics) in the art classroom? Are these topics a distraction from the disciplinary content of visual arts education, as you understand it? From your perspective, what is the disciplinary content of art education?


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