Anyone involved in education will gain valuable guidance from this idea-filled exploration of how schools and performing arts organizations can work together in mutually beneficial programs. While funding for the arts declines, there is also an awakening to the need for arts in the education of well-rounded human beings. By presenting specific programs for artists' visits to schools and students' trips to performing arts institutions, this timely guide show both sides of the equation how to interface within tight budgets and in full response to emerging standards of the federal Goals 2000 program. Bruce D. Taylor is director of Arts for Anyone, a group that has developed educational programs with the Metropolitan Opera, the Rodgers & Hammerstein Organization, and other arts institutions. ©1999, 208 pages.