Art history is not a mandatory course in high schools in the USA, yet some states offer it as an elective. Art history is usually taught in college and universities, as it requires specialized knowledge and skills. In high schools, art history can be included in the curriculum as part of a world history or literature course. Art history classes in high schools typically focus on the history of art, the study of artwork, the analysis of artworks, and the discussion of art movements.
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