Monthly Archives: September 2015
Arts Ed Summit Participant Documents
The Arts Ed Summit 2015 is shaping up to be a great event. In order for you to get the most out of the day we are posting document here for your review. Please make sure to read the ArtsEdSummit Brief and the Statement of Principles prior to the event.
Summit Agenda – The formal agenda for the Arts Ed Summit 2015.
ArtsEdSummit Brief – Background briefing on the progress made on behalf of arts education over the past 28 years and the challenges that remain. Includes references to New Jersey Arts Education Policy and a timeline of key moment in New Jersey Arts Education history.
Statement of Principles for Arts Education – A unified statement on the Value and Quality of Arts Education for all New Jersey students.
Speaker Bios and Acknowledgements – The complete list of speakers, student art work, student performers and acknowledgements.
Keeping the Promise – The 2012 report from the New Jersey Arts Education Census Project.
Within Our Power – The groundbreaking 2007 report from the New Jersey Arts Education Census Project.
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