Schools merge digital tools with arts education

04/28/2011 | Harvard Education Letter

Some schools are using technology to increase students' access to the arts. A statewide distance-learning program in Alabama is helping students in rural districts fulfill a state requirement that they complete an arts survey course that incorporates dance, music, theater and visual arts. In Arizona, students use computer software to compose original operas and teachers work with visual artists to bring technology-based -- as well as traditional -- art projects into the classroom.

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