New Data: Who Is Taking Art Classes?
11 November 2019

News that the National Assessment of Educational Progress in the arts would fall victim to budget constraints raised a collective […]

Partnering to Bring the Arts to Students in Rural Communities
06 November 2019

A trip to a museum provides opportunities to experience the world at different points in time — to look back […]

Improving Outcomes for Students Through STEAM Education Partnerships
11 September 2019

Do schools in your community reflect the world in which we live, or are they steeped in tradition — doing […]

10 Years Later … 10 Lessons Learned From an AEP Partner
12 December 2018

Research shows that students in schools with arts-rich learning environments academically outperform their peers in arts-poor schools. Of course, the […]

Making Leaps and Bounds in Dance Teacher Certification

Dance — when taught by a qualified dance educator and integrated into the K-12 curriculum — keeps students engaged in […]

Investing in Children Through the Arts
26 September 2018

When the National Association of Colleges and Employers asked employers what skills they prioritize when recruiting, they unequivocally listed ability […]

Collaboration Is Key to (Celebrating) Arts Education
10 September 2018

As most students and educators around the nation return to school, supporters of the arts in education also gather together […]

ArtsEdSearch: The Search Is Over … or Maybe It Is Just Beginning
22 August 2018

Help! I need information — and fast — about the impact of arts-focused professional learning opportunities for teachers. I want […]

Why Technology Cannot Replace In-Person Art Experiences
23 July 2018

In the 1981 French film, Diva, an opera singer refuses to be recorded because she believes that only live performance […]

How School Leaders Can Inspire Daily Creativity
10 July 2018

The buzz of an alarm signifying a new day, the smell of freshly brewed coffee, the turning of a key […]