ArtsEd Washington’s Work Highlighted in National Arts Education Partnership Guide

In conjunction with the release of the arts education report by the President’s Committee on the Arts and Humanities (PCAH), the work of ArtsEd Washington was highlighted in a national guide, What School Leaders Can Do to Increase Arts Education, just released by the Arts Education Partnership. The guide, prepared with support from PCAH, is directed to school principals and provides an overview of actions they can take to increase arts education in their schools.  View the guide online and order a printed copy.
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