AEP is widely recognized as the leading source of objective and nonpartisan information about current and emerging arts and education research, policy, practice and issues of national significance. AEP publications summarize and present information in user-friendly language, making it accessible and practical for administrators, educators, parents, advocates and others with a stake in ensuring a complete education in American schools.
Most publications are available in both hard-copy and PDF format. (Download Adobe Acrobat)
Please consider these guidelines regarding the use of AEP publications:
- AEP publications may not be reproduced or copied; only excerpts are allowed. If the publication has supplemental print materials, reproduction of the supplemental material is permitted.
- The express written permission of the Partnership is required to use AEP publications or excerpts from them in the production of video or print materials.
- Video or print materials must contain the following oral or written attribution if permission is granted to excerpt an AEP publication to create your own product:
”Excerpted from, (title) published by the Arts Education Partnership.”
To obtain permission, complete the Permission Request Form and send to:
The Arts Education Partnership
One Massachusetts Avenue, NW, Suite 700
Washington, D.C. 20001-1431
Fax: 202-408-8081 or Email: email@example.com