The Arts in School: what has befallen them, and why they remain vital

FORUM - ISSN 0963-8253
Volume 60 Number 1 (2018)

The Arts in School: what has befallen them, and why they remain vital
NANSI ELLIS, pages 123-128
DOI: 10.15730/forum.2018.60.1.123

Abstract

This article re-states the importance of the arts and humanities for education, highlights the declining provision for them in schools, and argues that a fundamental re-think of the purposes of education is required to re-establish creativity at the heart of formal learning.

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NANSI ELLIS (2018) The Arts in School: what has befallen them, and why they remain vital, FORUM, 60(1), 123-128

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