Archives: Advocacy Tools

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

AEM 2010: Partner Resolution – WA State Board of Education

Washington State Board of Education’s 2010 Arts Education Month Resolution.
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AEM 2010: Partner Resolution – WA Music Educators Association

Washington Music Educations Association’s 2010 Arts Education Month Resolution.
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AEM 2010: Partner Resolution – Seattle Mayor Mike McGinn

Seattle Mayor Mike McGinn’s 2010 Arts Education Month Resolution.
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AEM 2010: Partner Resolution – ArtsEd Washington

Arts Education Washington’s 2010 Arts Education Month Resolution.
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AEM 2010: Partner Resolution – Artist Trust

Artist Trust’s 2010 Arts Education Month Resolution.
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AEM 2010: Partner Commitment Form

Let ArtsEd Washington know about your Arts Education Month Event.
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AEM 2010: Event Feedback Form

Send ArtsEd Washington your feedback about Arts Education Month and your event.
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Action Alert: Stand Up and Speak Out for Arts Education, modified for Tacoma Public Schools

Email the Tacoma School Board and superintendent asking them to preserve the arts facilitator position.
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Action Alert: Stand Up and Speak Out for Arts Education

Email your School Board and ask them to preserve arts funding in their budget for 2010-11. Find their email addresses or other contact information on your district website and share with other parents.
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    • Gary Kipp

      “The PAL program makes creativity an integral part of both the principal’s leadership and the students’ learning. The results demonstrate that, when principals take the lead to advance arts education, they cultivate broader academic success for every student.”

      Gary Kipp
      AWSP