Class act Jay W. Jensen and the future of arts education in America
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Educator's edition.
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Encoded with permission for digital streaming by Infobase on Dec. 05, 2007.
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Classroom Video On Demand is distributed by Infobase for Films for the Humanities & Sciences, Cambridge Educational, Meridian Education, and Shopware.
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From the executive producers of Super Size Me and Director Sara Sackner, this program examines the deplorable atrophy of arts education in America's classrooms by contrasting the crisis with the story of one very dedicated, inspiring high school drama teacher: Jay W. Jensen, who over a 50-year career touched the lives of many with the transformational power of the arts. Renowned pupils-actor Andy Garcia, film director Brett Ratner, songwriter Desmond Child, and sportscaster Roy Firestone, to name only four-speak out alongside Alfie Kohn, author of The Schools Our Children Deserve; Dana Gioia, chairman of the National Endowment for the Arts; Robert Lynch, president and CEO of Americans for the Arts; Richard Deasy, director of the Arts Education Partnership; educators, administrators, and school board members; and students. A lucid argument for the vital importance of arts education in the American public school system.
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Mode of access: Internet.
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System requirements: Classroom Video On Demand playback platform.

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APA Citation, 7th Edition (style guide)

(20072007). Class act: Jay W. Jensen and the future of arts education in America (Educator's edition.). Infobase.

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20072007. Class Act: Jay W. Jensen and the Future of Arts Education in America. Infobase.

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Class Act: Jay W. Jensen and the Future of Arts Education in America Infobase, 20072007.

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Class Act: Jay W. Jensen and the Future of Arts Education in America Educator's edition., Infobase, 20072007.

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