Arts Education Partnership Tag Archive

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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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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