Proposed school seeks to teach core subjects through digital arts

01/1/2014 | Plain Dealer (Cleveland), The

Students who attend public school in Cleveland soon could have one more option when choosing schools with specialty paths. The proposed Cleveland High School for the Digital Arts would use film, music and video games to teach core academic subjects, and could be open to students this fall. "They're not going to come to school to play games," said Marsha Dobrzynski, of the Center for Arts-Inspired Learning. "They're going to come to school to create games."

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