Tag Archives: Academics
May 24, 2012 | Tacoma Art Museum | Keynoter Erin Jones How are you addressing opportunity and achievement gaps in your student population? Are you prepared to make connections between your current instructional programs and the new frameworks for instruction and evaluation? We’ll answer these questions and more at this energetic half-day forum geared for […]
Earlier this spring, Dayna Laur, an Advanced Placement Politics teacher, and Katlyn Wolfgang, an Art teacher, successfully integrated their two subjects in a cross-class collaboration project at Central York High School in Pennsylvania. Ms. Laur introduced categories of public policy, which had to be fully researched by the politics students, who then presented their materials […]
“Are we preparing students to function as human beings, or just as flesh-and-blood versions of a hard drive?” asks Bruce D. Taylor, Director of Education for the Washington National Opera, in an Education Week article, The Skills Connection Between the Arts and 21st Century Learning. Taylor advocates utilizing the skills of arts specialists when building […]
This look at the State of Arts Education in Washington State is a "must-read" for all arts advocates! In addition to information about the state of arts education in Washington, the publication includes context from external state and national arts education research, and identifies attributes of effective education practices, and suggestions for taking action for […]
Background on the Elementary and Secondary Education Act.
ArtsEd Washington highlights the challenges and achievements of one of its PAL Schools. School Stories: Rocky Ridge
September 29, 2010: ArtsEd Washington today announced the results of an extensive study examining the effectiveness of the organization’s Principals’ Arts Leadership (PAL) program. Principals and teachers at many of the PAL schools reported increased student engagement in the classroom and significantly decreased behavioral issues throughout the school as a result of the program.
A letter from ArtsEd Washington Executive Director Una McAlinden explaining the need for parents and community members to advocate for arts education.
A one page overview of WSAC's 2009 AERI Report.
Secretary Arne Duncan's letter to school and education community leaders, August 2009.
- Amy Wright "Our teachers have taken a leadership role in advancing the integration of arts in our school community. This has had a significant impact on student engagement in their classrooms, in the climate of the school in general, and, in their personal feeling of efficacy as teachers to meet the needs of all students." Amy Wright, Stillwater Riverview School District