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    • Carolyn Klein

      Art class rubrics. A variety of resources for using rubrics including creating, scoring, generating, templates and examples.

    • Julie French

      Lots of Art rubric info from Incredible Art Department

    • Shalee Pace

      Rubrics for art teachers

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