Archives: Advocacy Tools

The following tools are intended to support your efforts to show up and speak out.

Elementary & Secondary Education Act

Core Academic Subjects – The term `core academic subjects’ means English, reading or language arts, mathematics, science, foreign languages, civics and government, economics, arts, history, and geography. Link: http://www2.ed.gov/policy/elsec/leg/esea02/index.html
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Secretary Arne Duncan’s Speech, April 2010

Secretary Arne Duncan’s Remarks at the Arts Education Partnership National Forum Link: http://www2.ed.gov/news/speeches/2010/04/04092010.html
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AEM 2011: Speaking Points

Consider using some of the following speaking points in any speeches or announcements you may give regarding your Arts Education Month event.
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AEM 2010: Sample Resolution

Use this resolution template to write your own in support of Arts Education Month.
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AEM 2011: Sample Request Letter to City/County Council

Request that your City/County Council pass a resolution in support of Arts Education Month.
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AEM 2011: Sample Request Letter to Board of Directors

Request that your School Board pass a resolution in support of Arts Education Month.
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AEM 2011: Sample Proclamation

Use this proclamation template to write your own in support of Arts Education Month.
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AEM 2011: Sample Press Release

Send out a press release about your Arts Education Month event to your community.
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AEM 2011: Sample Decision-Maker Thank You

Be sure to thank those your participate in your Arts Education Month event.
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AEM 2010: Partnership Overview

We hope you will join us as a partner in Arts Education Month, support our Annual Meeting, and help empower our schools and communities to provide every child with arts learning opportunities, in every year of their education.
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