In this graphic novel, Branham advocates for art education in school, while also providing a rationale for how art education can play a part in enhancing education curricula in the common core era, and provides a succinct look at art education and its history and function in the American education system in the form of a graphic novel. At the center of the work is Branham's memoir as a young art teacher, which gives the reader a look into her classroom and shows them how education policy affects teachers. Branham weaves her narrative as an art teacher, discussions of advocacy and education policy, and a brief look at the history of art education together to create a work that provides readers with a compelling look into the state of art education.
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Rachel Branham is an art educator in the Marblehead Public Schools, Massachusetts.
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