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Overcoming Disabilities and the Role of Arts in Education

Sunday, April 28, 2013

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By Charles W. Bindig, Ed.D.

Arts Educators consistently find themselves on the defensive when it comes to justifying the existence of arts education in the schools, and I was reminded of this issue during a recent visit to the P. Buckley Moss Gallery in Waynesboro, Virginia. I have always admired her work, but was surprised to learn from her biography that the artist was dyslexic, and had been unable to read in her early years as a student.

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