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ArtsEdSearch: 300 Studies and Counting
Nate Marcarelli
09 December 2020

[su_note note_color=”#796E65″ text_color=”#ffffff”]This post comes from the Arts Education Partnership, a national coalition of over 100 education, arts, business, culture, government and philanthropy organizations at Education Commission of the States.[/su_note] In 2012, the Arts Education Partnership curated an extensive collection of research on arts education in one place: ArtsEdSearch. Eight years later, this online clearinghouse […]

Embracing an Enriched Literacy Approach in Quarantimes
Nate Marcarelli
03 November 2020

[su_note note_color=”#796E65″ text_color=”#ffffff”]This guest post comes from Debbi Arseneaux, Moonshot Academy program manager and educational consultant with The Learning Alliance, and is written in collaboration with the Arts Education Partnership Higher Education Working Group. AEP is a national coalition of over 100 education, arts, business, culture, government and philanthropy organizations. [/su_note] Becky Bailey, founder of […]

AEP Focuses on Leadership Capacity, Partnerships to Inform Arts Ed Policy
Nate Marcarelli
29 April 2020

[su_note note_color=”#796E65″ text_color=”#ffffff”]This post comes from the Arts Education Partnership, a national coalition of over 100 education, arts, business, culture, government and philanthropy organizations at Education Commission of the States.[/su_note] A major part of the Arts Education Partnership’s work in the past six months has been focused on its new strategic mission and engagement strategy. These documents articulate how AEP — including […]

New to ArtScan? Here’s What You Need to Know
Nate Marcarelli
13 April 2020

[su_note note_color=”#796E65″ text_color=”#ffffff”]This post comes from the Arts Education Partnership, a national coalition of over 100 education, arts, business, culture, government and philanthropy organizations at Education Commission of the States.[/su_note] Did you know that Nevada has arts education instructional requirements for K-12 public schools, youth centers, state facilities and detention centers? Neither did I, until […]

Engaging the Arts in 2020’s Top Education Policy Priorities
Nate Marcarelli
19 February 2020

[su_note note_color=”#796E65″ text_color=”#ffffff”]This post comes from the Arts Education Partnership, a national coalition of over 100 education, arts, business, culture, government and philanthropy organizations at Education Commission of the States. AEP has been supported by the National Endowment for the Arts and the U.S. Department of Education since 1995. This post also appears at Americans for […]