Arts Education Partnership Tag Archive

Your Guide to Navigating Opportunities for the Arts Under ESSA

Is your state focused on building student literacy across districts? The Every Student Succeeds Act provides funds to integrate the arts...

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The Arts and CTE: Building Tomorrow’s Creative Workforce Today

This post comes from the Arts Education Partnership (a national coalition of over 100 education, arts, business, cultural, government and...

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Exploring the Landscape of Arts Education and School Choice

The Arts Education Partnership recently embarked on new work exploring the intersection of arts education and school choice, and what...

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10 Years Later … 10 Lessons Learned From an AEP Partner

This guest post comes from Cheri Walsh, executive director of Exploring the Arts (ETA). Research shows that students in schools with...

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School Choice and STEM: What Does Arts Education Have to Do With Them?

Every year, the Arts Education Partnership evaluates its current scope of work to ensure its focus remains timely and topical. This year,...

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Making Leaps and Bounds in Dance Teacher Certification

This guest post comes from Susan McGreevy-Nichols, executive director, and Shannon Dooling-Cain, special projects coordinator, at the...

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Investing in Children Through the Arts

This guest post comes from Akua Kouyate-Tate, vice president of education at the Wolf Trap Foundation for the Performing Arts, and Jamie...

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Collaboration Is Key to (Celebrating) Arts Education

This guest post comes from Jeff Poulin, arts education program manager at Americans for the Arts. As most students and educators around the...

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ArtsEdSearch: The Search Is Over … or Maybe It Is Just Beginning

Help! I need information — and fast — about the impact of arts-focused professional learning opportunities for teachers. I want to...

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Why Technology Cannot Replace In-Person Art Experiences

This guest post comes from Jay P. Greene, distinguished professor of education policy at the University of Arkansas, where he directs a...

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