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Half-baked macaroni as art project

Other parents found the teaching in their public schools

“People went through the motions, they could claim there
was an art program, but I didn’t feel it was very rich”.

-- Susan Drews, 49, who lives in Yorktown Heights,
in Westchester, said that art in the first grade at her son’s
public school, for instance, involved “half-baked projects”
like gold-sprayed macaroni glued to paper plates.


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