Teachers: How Much Rubbed Off?

"Through art," believes rangy athletic Bartlett Hayes, Jr., 62, "the student learns to adapt and meet the unexpected. The quarterback learns this on the football field; the student can learn it in the gallery." As an art teacher at Phillips Academy, Andover, since 1933, and head of the prep school's Addison Gallery of American Art since 1940, Bart Hayes has taught two generations of Andover boys how to adapt, and in the process set nationwide precedents in art instruction and appreciation. Says Metropolitan Museum Director Thomas P. F. Hoving, who attended Andover's archrival Exeter: "Bart Hayes is the best...

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