School art programs rely on donations, integration

05/21/2007 | San Diego Union-Tribune · Honolulu Advertiser, The

Schools are increasingly relying on student and parent fundraising to fund art programs; a recent survey of 1,123 California schools found the majority of the schools rely on private funding to support arts education. Meanwhile, a Hawaii elementary school is integrating arts into nearly every core subject as an example of how to ensure that students learn about art even when there's not enough money for a regular arts class or teacher.

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