Arts Infused Learning Closes Opportunity Gap

Arts Impact has released a report showing that arts-infused learning in reading and math eliminates the achievement gap between children of color and poverty and their white upper/middle class peers. These results were obtained as part of a U.S. Department of Education grant project between Arts Impact and Seattle Public Schools called Arts Impact Dissemination and Expansion (AIDE). Read the report.

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