Arts Education Partnership Tag Archive

Remembering Dr. James Catterall

The Arts Education Partnership (AEP) is saddened by the recent passing of the esteemed Dr. James Catterall, professor emeritus at the UCLA...

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Celebrating the 250th Addition to ArtsEdSearch

Education Commission of the States believes that informed policymakers are the best decision makers – by having the background, research,...

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Sowing the Seeds of Social Change: Arts education as a source of hope, healing and agency

This blog is a guest post by Jonathan Herman, executive director, National Guild for Community Arts Education. Since 1937, the National...

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The Arts and Education Equity

This is a guest blog post by Laura Smyth, Program Director, Title I Initiative, California Alliance for Arts Education. The California...

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Student Achievement Through the Arts in Education

This is a guest blog post by Dalouge Smith, President & CEO – San Diego Youth Symphony and Conservatory and Francisco Escobedo,...

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How Does Arts Education Fare in the First Round of State ESSA Plans?

This blog post is a guest post by Lynn Tuttle, Director of Public Policy & Professional Development, National Association for Music...

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Maximizing the Nation’s Arts Report Card

Arts in education stakeholders know that learning in and through the arts can enhance the learning experience, deepen engagement with a...

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Digital Transformation

This is a guest blog post by David A. Dik, National Executive Director, Young Audiences Arts for Learning @YoungAudiences_. The Arts...

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AEP State Policy Symposium Connects the Arts and State Policy

To build on the Arts Education Partnership’s (AEP) work of aiding states in including the arts as they craft plans for the Every Student...

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The Arts and a Well-Rounded Education

With the adoption of ESSA in 2015, the term “core academic subjects” was replaced with a “well-rounded education,” which, as...

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