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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

Embracing an Enriched Literacy Approach in Quarantimes
03 November 2020

Becky Bailey, founder of Conscious Discipline, says, “No significant learning can occur without significant relationships. Connection is the key.” Students […]

Integrating the Arts to Ensure All Students Can Engage in Learning
08 September 2020

In our uncertain times, it is critical for all students to have access to arts education — provided by a […]