June 2019 | Arts Ed RECAP

on June 6, 2019

Arts Education RECAP

Read all the research, news, and policy in our arts education RECAP for June 2019.

Research

New Data: Who Plays Instruments Outside of School? The National Assessment of Educational Progress’ math survey included a question about playing instruments outside of school and the responses are very interesting. Education Commission of the States

Equity

Have you seen any examples of equity in arts education recently? Send them to communications@psarts.org and we may share them in our next RECAP.

Calls-to-Action

The Art of Getting Creative In Education – a conversation about funding and resources Hear from arts educators and advocates about the hurdles facing funding for arts education programs at this in person event on June 17. KPCC

VSA Intersections: Arts and Special Education Conference Registration is now open for this year’s VSA conference on October 25-28. Our very own CEO, Dr. Kristen Paglia will be presenting research on inclusive arts education in the K-5 setting. VSA Intersections

2020 Strategic Framework: Stakeholder Survey The California Arts Council is looking to align its strategic goals for the next five to seven years with what is happening in the field. Deadline: June 10. California Arts Council

LA County Community Forums Attend a Community Forum to join the conversation around how youth, parents, artists, and community members can build community around the arts. LA County Arts Ed Collective

Advocacy

A blueprint for art, learning and public policy that matters “It is through painting, sculpture, spoken word, creative writing, drama and digital arts that our young people make sense of our world, their own place in it, and share their own unique voice and point of view.” The Daily Journal

The Powerful Effects of Drawing on Learning Watch this fun animated video that shows how drawing can help students retain information better. Edutopia

CSO, Lucas museum, the Riverwalk: Rahm Emanuel talks arts in Chicago, what he’s most proud of — and regrets Rahm Emanuel shares that arts education is one of his proudest accomplishments during his tenure as Chicago’s mayor. Chicago Tribune

We’re Sharing Stories of Artists and the Teachers Who Changed Their Lives “I’ve just gotten so lucky in my life to have so many great art teachers. But I think you really did more than any other teacher…” KPCC

Policy

The Arts in Schools of Choice School choice is a growing topic of conversation, which is why this breakdown of how these schools handle arts education is valuable in highlighting what the policies are around arts in education in each state. Education Commission of the States

This School District Got An Unexpected $2.4 Million This Year. Here’s How They Spent It Here’s how policy put your dollars in action: $32,000 for elementary art supplies, $87,000 for elementary strings, brass, and woodwind instruments, $300,000 for middle school bands. See the full breakdown of how this expansion of the CAC budget has had an impact on one district. LAist

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Stephanie McGrathJune 2019 | Arts Ed RECAP