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Advocacy

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JOIN ARKANSAS' OWN STATEWIDE ARTS ADVOCACY ORGANIZATION

WWW.ARKANSANSFORTHEARTS.ORG

 

 

ADVOCACY TOOL KITS AND TRAINING

 

Kennedy Center ArtsEdge  "Going to the Principal's Office: How to Voice Support for the Arts in Your Child's School"

 

National Art Education Association   "Advocacy Made Simple"

 

National Association for Music Educators   "Advocacy" 

 

National Education Association  "NEA Arts Advocacy Resource Guide"

 

ArtsEdNow  "Campaign Tools"

 

Arts Education Partnership  "ArtsEdge Search"

 

Americans for the Arts--"Advocacy Toolkit for Individuals and Organizations"

 

The Art of Ed  "10 Awesome Advocacy Resources for Art Education"

 

The Center for Arts Education  "Parent Advocacy Tool Kit"

 

 

ARTICLES THAT SUPPORT ARTS ADVOCACY

 

Arts Education Partnership Publications Page offers multiple resources for promoting the arts in schools.

 

A collection of articles provided by Ed Week:

https://www.edweek.org/ew/collections/arts-education-a-look-ahead-commentaries/index.html

 

Re-Investing in Arts Education: Winning America's Future Through Creative Schools--President's Council on Arts and Humanities 

http://www.pcah.gov/sites/default/files/PCAH_Reinvesting_4web_0.pdf

 

Benefits of Early Music Lessons--New York Times

http://well.blogs.nytimes.com/2012/09/10/early-music-lessons-have-longtime-benefits/?_r=0

 

Arts education benefits that appeal to business leaders--

http://blog.artsusa.org/2011/04/20/the-top-10-reasons-to-support-the-arts/

 

The Skills Map for Arts in the Partnership for 21st Century Schools-- 

"... the arts promote work habits that cultivate curiosity, imagination, creativity, and evaluation skills. Students who possess these skills are better able to tolerate ambiguity, explore new realms of possibility, express their own thoughts and feelings and understand the perspectives of others. Furthermore, these examples suggest ways that study of the arts can help produce globally aware, collaborative, and responsible citizens."  http://www.p21.org/storage/documents/P21_arts_map_final.pdf

 

School Arts + Higher Scores--San Diego Union-Tribune

http://www.sandiegouniontribune.com/news/education/sdut-student-scores-improve-with-unique-arts-program-2012feb10-htmlstory.html

 

A helpful compilation of all the best Arts Education blogs, publications, resources, websites, and more--Americans for the Arts

http://blog.artsusa.org/2012/01/20/so-many-resources-so-little-time/#more-12908

 

Art Education: A Right and a Necessity--Edutopia 

http://www.edutopia.org/blog/arts-education-necessity-elena-aguila

 

Art as Critical Thinking--Edutopic  

http://www.edutopia.org/blog/visual-art-critical-thinking-andrew-miller

 

ARTS ORGANIZATIONS

 

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