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AP Art students compete in a Trash2Trends competition.
Lori Wade I Kiowa County High School I Greensburg, Kansas
"The Doorway to a Better Future" collaborative sculpture.
Suzanne Masser I New York Edge I Queens, New York
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So Choi I Leawood Middle School I Leawood, Kansas
A second grader shows off his snowflake creation.
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- Why NAEA matters to Heather: Often there is only one or a few art teachers in a school, which can be isolating. I value NAEA because it provides me with an inspiring community of colleagues who share my passion for teaching art and reminds me that there is strength in numbers.
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