A Pluralist Art Curriculum Analysis

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A pluralist art curriculum explores issues of social equity by bridging the individual with the world, which is essential because misconceptions about minority populations can lead to ineffective school cultures, disengagement in learning, lower standardized test scores, and weakened relationships with others (Chappell & Cahnmann-Taylor, 2013). Conversely, social equity issues are not recorded in the CCSS statistical achievement gains documents, leaving educators few valid tools of measurement for marginalized populations, and this project could help raise awareness and provide documentation of measurable growth (Chappell & Cahnmann-Taylor, 2013, p. 245). Therefore, in order to help address the achievement gap, create a sense of belonging in
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