Arts Education Partnership Tag Archive

How School Leaders Can Inspire Daily Creativity

The buzz of an alarm signifying a new day, the smell of freshly brewed coffee, the turning of a key in a car ignition, the wheels of a bike...

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Supporting Students With Disabilities by Preparing Arts Teachers

This guest post comes from Jenna Gabriel, manager of special education at The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. While the...

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35,000 Years and Counting: Music Continues to Matter

Creating and engaging with art has been a fundamental part of human existence for thousands of years. Archaeologists discovered musical...

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Supporting Student Agency, Engagement and Success Through Inclusive Folk Arts Pedagogy

This is guest post comes from Lisa Rathje, executive director of Local Learning: The National Network for Folk Arts in Education, a partner...

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It’s March Madness … in the Arts in Education!

Throughout March, in addition to brackets and basketballs, the Arts Education Partnership and AEP partner organizations will celebrate the...

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Supporting Growing Music Programs in Public Schools

This guest post comes from Jaclyn Rudderow, program director at the VH1 Save The Music Foundation, a partner organization of the Arts...

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How Does Arts Education Fare in the Final Round of State ESSA Plan Submissions?

This guest post comes from Lynn Tuttle, director of public policy and professional development at the National Association for Music...

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Developing a Theory of Action for K-12 Arts Education and SEL Outcomes

This is a guest post by Steve Shewfelt and Jenny Nagaoka. Steve is director of data and research at Ingenuity, a nonprofit organization...

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Linking Learning and the Arts in ArtsConnection’s DELLTA Program

This guest post comes from Carol Morgan, deputy director for education at ArtsConnection.  What is the nature of teaching and learning in...

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Why Do We Celebrate During National Arts in Education Week?

This post is a guest post by Jeff Poulin, Arts Education Program Manager, Americans for the Arts We all know that arts education is good,...

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