States of Change Policy Symposium
Now that the Every Student Succeeds Act has been signed into law, what has changed for the arts in education? As states react to these changes, we must invest in new arts education learning standards and resourcing of arts education to encourage creativity in our nation’s classrooms. Join Americans for the Arts, the Arts Education Partnership, Education Commission of the States, and the Kennedy Center on Saturday, March 5, 2016, for a one-day policy symposium discussing the States of Change. We’ll bring together 100+ national and state-level leaders from the education, arts, business, philanthropic, and public sectors for a day-long conversation about the intersection between the arts and education policy.
Thank you to everyone who participated in the States of Change Policy Symposium. Presentations, session profiles and resources can be downloaded below.
To assist state education leaders and policymakers, Education Commission of the States compiled a summary of available resources related to ESSA.
As part of their State Policy Pilot Program, Americans for the Arts produced a webinar about the ins and outs of the bill.
- Resource: www.artseddata.org
- Resource: www.Title1Arts.org