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Handbook of art teaching in tropical schools
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Under the integrated approach, art is used for teaching other subjects. Meanwhile, art is also a separate subject. The first arts school was established in Greece in BCE, and was mentioned in the writings of Plato. Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books.
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Find books .Teaching art lost its priority to science and mathematics in school programs. In the United Sates, art programs would fall victims amid a national energy and demographic crisis.
Yet in the s, educators engaged in art teaching made a lot of effort to re-establish the authority and significance of art .