Reinvesting In Arts Education

An insider’s look at Reinvesting in Arts Education, a report released by the President’s Committee on the Arts and Humanities (pcah.gov). The research clearly shows the effect of arts education on student academic achievement and creativity. Rachel Goslins, Executive Director of PCAH, shares more about the study, and answers questions in a unique learning and discussion opportunity.

ADDITIONAL RESOURCES related to ARTS EDUCATION in the CURRICULUM

NAfME Position statement on The Non-Educator Performer in the Music Classroom 
NAfME encourages professional collaborative relationships between music educators and visiting musicians and other presenters in the music classroom, with the understanding that these visiting musicians and presenters should make connections to the existing curriculum and work with educators to ensure student learning.

Authentic Connections: Interdisciplinary Work in the Arts
Consortium of National Arts Education Associations  (AATE  MENC  NAEA  NDEO)
http://musiced.nafme.org/files/2012/04/INTERart.pdf

Partnership for 21st Century Skills:  21st Century Skills Map  www.p21.org

*National Standards Coalition for  Core Arts  Standards  http://nccas.wikispaces.com/
*PCAH full report  http://www.pcah.gov/sites/default/files/PCAH_Reinvesting_4web.pdf
*Arts Education Partnership www.aep-arts.org
*Americans for the Arts  www.Artsusa.org
*NAfME Advocacy Resources  http://advocacy.nafme.org/resources/