Pa. high-school students to receive artistic opportunity

08/1/2013 | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

As part of his push to implement project-based learning, Pennsylvania high-school principal Ken Lockette has launched a program in which between 30 and 50 students will partner with professional artists at five local institutions. With the help of grant funding, the students will work in teams to learn more about the art world and blog about the experience. "It's about applying things in the real world, not just doing classroom presentations," Lockette said.

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