3rd December 2004 at 00:00
Including contemporary art in the curriculum encourages creativity and thinking skills, according to a new report from the National Foundation for Educational Research. School Art - what's in it? Exploring visual arts in secondary schools reports on a year's research by a group led by Dick Downing of the NFER.

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