Impact Stories to Inform Arts Learning Practices
21 September 2021

AEP is excited to launch the Juvenile Justice Series: Broadcasting Arts Experiences this month. Each blog post in the series […]

4 Big Takeaways From Virtual Arts Learning During the Pandemic
09 September 2021

Educating amid the pandemic has been a whirlwind for teachers, who have faced a myriad of challenges — from technology […]

Building Leadership Capacity Through the 2021 AEP Virtual Gathering
07 September 2021

AEP’s strategic mission is to build leadership capacity for arts and education leaders, and a key component of this mission […]

Communicating for Connection Through Inclusive Presentation Practices
25 August 2021

When we know who we are speaking with and what needs to be communicated, the “how” presents itself. This applies […]

Observations from the Field: How the Pandemic Impacted Arts Assessment
12 August 2021

The COVID-19 pandemic shifted the educational landscape dramatically as teachers quickly transitioned to instructing, guiding and assessing in a digital […]

A Look Behind the Scenes of the 2021 AEP Virtual Gathering
26 July 2021

The Arts Education Partnership team is hard at work preparing for the second ever Virtual Gathering on September 14-15, 2021. […]

The Role of Student Voices on State Boards of Education
22 June 2021

Did you know that of the 54 states and territories tracked by the National Association of State Boards of Education, […]

New Study Shows Why Arts Education Matters
16 June 2021

As a theatre artist, no one needs to convince me that the arts have a powerful impact on youth. I […]

How to Sustain Cultural Art Forms in Arts Education Equitably
25 May 2021

We were co-teachers of neo-traditional West African dance in an urban elementary school. Avalon, the classroom teacher, trained in the […]

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 […]