Arts Education Partnership Tag Archive

Advancing Governors’ 2021 Priorities Through the Arts

Each year, Education Commission of the States tracks and analyzes trends in education priorities from governors’ State of the State...

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Arts Integrated Teacher Education Benefits Elementary Students and Teachers Alike 

“My 1st graders pantomimed today to illustrate understanding of vocabulary. Pantomime pairs well with a current science unit about...

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Arts Education Policy Trends to Look for in 2021

The 2020 AEP Virtual Gathering may feel like it happened years ago, but it’s only been three months! At this year’s gathering we...

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ArtsEdSearch: 300 Studies and Counting

In 2012, the Arts Education Partnership curated an extensive collection of research on arts education in one place: ArtsEdSearch. Eight...

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Dance Counts: How Policymakers Can Support Access to Quality Arts Education

Photo by Pink Afterglow Photography. Courtesy of Dr Phillips High School Dance Magnet. Schools across the country have made great strides...

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Supporting Student Wellness Through the Arts

By May of this year, an estimated 55.1 million K-12 students participated in virtual learning because of COVID-19. For some students, the...

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Embracing an Enriched Literacy Approach in Quarantimes

Becky Bailey, founder of Conscious Discipline, says, “No significant learning can occur without significant relationships. Connection is...

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Integrating the Arts to Ensure All Students Can Engage in Learning

In our uncertain times, it is critical for all students to have access to arts education — provided by a highly qualified arts-teaching...

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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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