What We Know — and Don’t Know — About the Status of Arts Education

As we enter the second year of the COVID-19 pandemic and approach the end of a school year spent entirely […]

A By-The-Numbers Approach to Exploring the Arts in Charters
04 May 2021

In the 2018-19 school year, nearly 175,000 pre-K-12 students attended a charter school with a curricular focus in the arts. […]

Blurring the Lines: Expanding Literacy and Arts Education
27 April 2021

The impact of Amanda Gorman’s inaugural poem was undeniable. The visual effect of red headband, yellow coat, updo with gold […]

Advancing Governors’ 2021 Priorities Through the Arts
22 April 2021

Each year, Education Commission of the States tracks and analyzes trends in education priorities from governors’ State of the State […]

What We’ve Learned About Innovations in Arts Education During a Pandemic
15 April 2021

AEP recently published a series of success stories featuring partners’ and affiliates’ pandemic-related innovations. We asked common questions of each […]

Extra! Extra! ArtScan Captures New Policy Area
05 April 2021

Part of our mission at AEP is to research the latest policies and emerging conversations on arts education to provide […]

A Long Game Leads to Arts Education Policy Change
23 March 2021

Over my years as an arts educator in California, I have learned that making significant changes in arts education policy […]

Welcome to ArtsEd Amplified!
15 March 2021

AEP is proud to launch the new ArtsEd Amplified blog! While we’ll continue to cross-post relevant policy-related items on the […]

Using STEAM to Support Remote Learners
02 March 2021

Since remote and hybrid learning are dominant modes of teaching for the foreseeable future, educators and students alike can benefit […]

AEP Policy Briefing Shares Youth-Centered Policy & Strategies
22 February 2021

Last month, Arts Education Partnership hosted an Arts and Juvenile Justice Policy Briefing that gathered policy experts and practitioners from […]