Arts Education Partnership Tag Archive

AEP Focuses on Leadership Capacity, Partnerships to Inform Arts Ed Policy

A major part of the Arts Education Partnership’s work in the past six months has been focused on its new strategic mission and...

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New to ArtScan? Here’s What You Need to Know

Did you know that Nevada has arts education instructional requirements for K-12 public schools, youth centers, state facilities and...

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Engaging the Arts in 2020’s Top Education Policy Priorities

Last month, Education Commission of the States President Jeremy Anderson shared six trending education policy topics we will likely see in...

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A Look at the Role of the Arts in Juvenile Justice

On a given day 43,580 youths are held in residential placement facilities ― including any public or private out-of-home youth placement...

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New Data: Who Is Taking Art Classes?

News that the National Assessment of Educational Progress in the arts would fall victim to budget constraints raised a collective groan...

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Partnering to Bring the Arts to Students in Rural Communities

A trip to a museum provides opportunities to experience the world at different points in time — to look back at the past to see a world...

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Improving Outcomes for Students Through STEAM Education Partnerships

Do schools in your community reflect the world in which we live, or are they steeped in tradition — doing things the way they’ve always...

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AEP: Linking Practice With Policy to Integrate the Arts

Embarking on its 25th year (and fifth year at Education Commission of the States), the Arts Education Partnership continues to serve as the...

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New Data: Who Plays Instruments Outside of School?

Buried deep within student surveys accompanying the 2017 Nation’s Report Card in mathematics is something unexpected: a question about...

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Supporting Governors’ Top Education Priorities Through the Arts

Workforce development, teaching quality and early learning are some of the key issues that governors identified in their 2019 State of the...

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