Napac Arts Trust : Development of Education Policy
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The item consists of two newspaper articles pertaining to the role of acting in education. The first article calls for part-time teachers and actors for educational purposes whilst the second article relates to the role of NAPAC in appointing an education officer to work with the NDC 2 by promoting an awareness of dance in schools and other community groups.