At the Arts and Cultural Alliance of Sarasota County, we are convinced that excellence in education can only be possible with the full inclusion of the arts. Contribute to the visibility campaign on social media during the week of September 11-17, 2016 by using the hashtag, #BecauseOfArtsEd. The Mississippi Alliance for Arts Education is a member of the Kennedy Center Alliance for Arts Education Network and receives partial funding from the Mississippi Arts Commission. C/SPA envisions every student participating in a quality arts program taught through a balanced curriculum based on national standards with school and community collaboration.
The Census Project is part of a public-private partnership that includes the New Jersey State Council on the Arts/Department of State, New Jersey Department of Education, Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation, New Jersey Arts Education Partnership, ArtPride New Jersey Foundation, and Quadrant Arts Education Research.
One student laments, I wish I lived in a different area where I’d have the chance to play music.” These are comments made by Oklahoma school children who took part in a comprehensive survey on music education in the state. Build support for arts education with educators, public policy makers, and the general public.
The AETF brings together education directors from arts organizations in Sarasota County, Sarasota County School staff, community members and interested citizens to support arts education in our schools and our community. Examples: performances or arts presentations for young audiences; arts education workshops; arts education conferences or forums; new work aimed at young people; developing teacher guides. The Genesee Center for the Arts & Education is a community of makers, from the established artist to dabbler. Arts Education Projects funds individual artists, artist collectives and organizations who create and deliver arts education projects in school or community settings. The Projects in Schools category supports work with JK to grade 12 students in schools registered with the Ontario Ministry of Education.
A 2006 national survey by the Center on Education Policy , an independent advocacy organization in Washington, DC, found that in the five years after enactment of NCLB, 44 percent of districts had increased instruction time in elementary school English language arts and math while decreasing time spent on other subjects.