Plato & Aristotle: Views on Education (Paiedea) and Mimesis

I have been working on the relationship of pedagogy and the mimetic arts in Plato’s Dialogues. Particularly, the concern by Plato/Socrates for an education directed at the ethical-political, which leads to his famous banning of the poets. I am wondering whether I might be able to connect this to similar (or opposing) views from Aristotle in Poetics (or Possibly Ethics), which I haven’t yet taken a look at. Can anyone give me a preview of how Aristotle sees the problem of educating Greece and the imitative arts?