Alexander Plans 'Partnership' To Strengthen Arts Education

D. V.
March 1992
Education Week;3/18/1992, Vol. 11 Issue 26, p24
The article reports that U.S. Secretary of Education Lamar Alexander has declared his intention to form a national partnership to strengthen schooling in the subjects of music and the arts. Alexander's plan for a national music and arts partnership came to light in a copyrighted article. He made his remarks in response to a protest in his hometown of Maryville, Tennessee over the lack of national attention to arts education.


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