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'1 Study Of State Arts The Mountain Messenger, Thursday, November 8, 1990 9A rams NOV llth-17th 21/April 20 !e next few days you'll be keep your ideas, opinions yourself. This marks the productive period for in research work. It's visiting your doctor starling a more suit- routine. "April 21/May 21 a very pleasant course Ill fact, there won't patches for a while. lots of news from tile And, you will have for social activity. This have more to do with 'May 22/June 21 g planet, Mercury, plays a le right now, so your alms will be centered on and you'll strive harder worldly success. have to be especial- about tit,." ,nethods Order to advance yourself. "June 22/July 22 .Very much a part of your makeup, and it will more acute, h will pay greater faith in hunches them to practical use. this week you are be on the lookout tor new outlets for your ' 23/August 23 few weeks, you have It) L'oncelllrale on atatters because of trivali- ~0w, thanks to Mercury. things ralher than to worry about. 24/Sept 22 reason, il is difliculI for previously made plans. fFOIn nlore parmer- Ihan usual. Sonic care finances because luck Yuur side. But soon you thal this week is reward- peculiar and special hi" October 24/Nov 22 Y lintes lie ahead for as offspring will ~Uch on the go over the ~lays. Romance will be ill of all Scorpios, especially after the 14th. This week will also start off m a progressive phase for those of you detenrm~ed to advance your careers. SAGITTARIUS - Nov 23/Dec 21 Don't be surprised it the domestic scene becomes overcrowded this week, as there will be many visitors at home, and much more going on than usual. Many of you will be busy preparing to move to a new home. Younger, rather than older, members of the household will be coming more and more to the tore at home. CAPRICORN - Dee 22/Jan 20 Mercury's present movements mean thai you'll become that much more alert You are going to have more correspondence and other paperwork to get through. You should find it easy to make hcadwa) with all plans and projects. You'll be taking a clos- er interest in the affairs of younger relatives. AQUARIUS - Januar) 21/Feb 18 Opportunities which add to income from various sources will be on the increase, so spread your financial net. Concentrate on what wilt bring quick profits. If you have been doing business wholesale, it's a time to turn your attention to the retail side. PISCES - February 19/March 20 This week the tempo of life will speed up: you'll be caught in such a whirl of activity that at times it will leave you feeling dizzy. You're ready to make new contacts. "['ravel i~, ill tile forecast for Ihis time, but ~ilhm a limited radius. Your birthday this week THE NEXT 12 MONTHS Because there is phmetary activity ill your birthday week this coming year. it is bound to be an eventful one, In particular, partnership prob- lems can no longer prevent you from being ambmous and achieving your goals. The first Itnve tnonths of 1991 will be a good time to specuhtte; a financial boost is indicated. The month of April or May marks a turn- ing POint m your life. If you take things slowly, you ,*tll be able to see more clearly where you stand with a certain relationship. 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The study was done under gttidance of a steering committee coinposed of representatives of the Division of Culture and His-- tow, the Department of Educa- lion, county school systems and colleges and universities in the state. Victoria Fergus, past presi- dent of the West Virginia Art Education Association and an associate professor of art educa- tion at West Virginia University, served on the steering coinmit- tee, whic.h coordinated the ef- for'is of the many committees es- tablished to compile information for lhe report. Data were collected in part through a survey sent out to 2500 administral~ors, teachers, supervisors and superintendents in the 55 county school systems and through a series of rater- views. A "Summary Report" de- scribes 31 recommendations for making the arts part of the basic education of all children and youth in West Virginia. Among recommendations are those, in line with the NEA goals: that the arts in all grade levels be taught by trained specialists; thai 100 minutes per week for art and 100 minutes per week for music be required in grades K-6; that one semester of general art and general music be required in grades seven and eight; and that all students be required to com- plete at least one credit In fine or performing arts for graduation from high school. Copies of the "Summaor l-,'t. port" were mailed in Augu>l 1990 to county school superJl~ lendenls and art and mush supervisors with a request t'~w suggestions of how best to pr ceed with implementation of th, 31 recommendations, which at- scheduled to be lmplementc i over the next five years. 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