Cavana Faithwalker's thoughtful analysis on brainstorming, We've Got A Problem Bring Out The Fine China, brings to mind a similar story about my own experience as a facilitator assisting community change.
This story outlines how groups of individuals can strengthen engagement to generate transformative solutions and self-directed, empowered communities.
Arts education in Ohio has just had a blow. Recently, the State Board of Education agreed to allow art, music and drama to become an ancillary offering by our public school system.
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