In This Issue
Designers have the opportunity to make change and to influence visual culture. In school, however, most students end up graduating from grade school without having a clear understanding of what design is. Not only is design important for art, but it also encompasses most of the other coursework students are already working on in k-12 schools, providing a great opportunity for arts integration, collaboration, and vital skill-building. In this issue of CONCEPTed, we look at exciting designers and educators who are bringing design into the classroom.—Meghann Harris, Founder
The magazine is looking for teachers and students to contribute to its upcoming issue, Design in Education. If you are interested, please contact Meghann at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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