Throughout the pandemic, art classes have been “a welcome escape” for some students, while for others, they’ve been “a critical release — an opportunity for self-expression at a time of extreme stress and isolation,” writes Daniel Lempres for EdSurge.

“At the forefront are art teachers themselves, who juggle these competing perspectives as they help guide students through a particularly challenging time,” he adds.

Art educators from around the country tell Lempres that the pandemic’s impact could lead to improved teaching practices. Read more here.

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