GCEA

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GCEAGunnison County Electric Association (Colorado)
GCEAGeneral Commission for Environmental Affairs (Syria)
GCEAGetty Center for Education in the Arts (Los Angeles, CA)
GCEAGalveston County Economic Alliance (Texas)
GCEAGreen Country Environmental Associates (magnetic fluid conditioning systems)
GCEAGeneralized Cost Effectiveness Analysis
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The idea of discipline-based art education that was associated with the Getty Center for Education in the Arts during the 1980s and 1990s may be understood as contributing to a major effort by writers to recast the aims and teaching of art in the schools.
First to come to mind are the occasional monographs, all published by the Getty Center for Education in the Arts in Los Angeles:
Art education is a way of knowing, encountering and understanding our world (Eisner, 1988; The Getty Center for Education in the Arts, 1985; Smith, 1982; Thompson, 1995; Vecchi, 1993).
Santa Monica, CA: The Getty Center for Education in the Arts.
Among the 30 or so members are Gordon Ambach, executive director of the Council of Chief State School Officers (CCSSO); Leilani Lattin Duke, director of the Getty Center for Education in the Arts; Paul Lehman, associate dean for graduate studies at the University of Michigan's School of Music; Gregory Anrig, president of the Educational Testing Service (ETS); Richard S.
I was also involved in a number of consultancies for the Getty Center for Education in the Arts as an outcome of the Milwaukee art program, having been identified for Getty staff as one of seven school pro grams in the United States that provided balanced instruction in art production, art criticism, and art history.
Among the art-related resources on the Internet, ArtsEdNet, from the Getty Center for Education in the Arts, is designed specifically for K-12 arts educators and general classroom teachers who incorporate the arts into their curriculum.
Santa Monica: The Getty Center for Education in the Arts, 1994.