The Role of the State Art Supervisor: Leadership and the Improvement of Instruction
by William J. Bealmer - 1965
The aim of this chapter is to show how a state supervisor or director of art may function to improve the teaching of art within a state. Where such a person exists, his leadership is extended through his position as a staff member of the state educational agency. Therefore, it is necessary to evaluate and clarify the functions of a state educational agency, its role in improving educational opportunities for all children in the state, its methods of operation, and the place of art leadership in it.
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