A Report of The Wallace Foundation
A nationwide arts survey documenting the state of arts education in U.S. public schools.
A Report from the Center for Education Statistics
National Endowment of the Arts
National Center for Educational Statistics
An arts education survey of 82 school districts in Los Angeles containing program models, contradictions between theory and reality and national implications for urban areas.
A compendium of seven major studies has examples of social growth and learning through the arts and how the arts enable disadvantaged youth to attain higher levels of achievement.
Profiles of over 200 out of school time programs calling attention to the variety of community arts programs and how they transform the lives of at-risk youth.
A collection of up-to-date research on the academic and social effects of arts learning experiences providing insight into deepening those experiences thus improving school performance.
A multi-state report listing 13 critical success factors leading to strong district-wide arts education programs. Number one on the list: community involvement.
Examples of arts-based education as a money-and time-saving option for states looking to increase skills, academic success,standardized test scores, and lower the incidence of crime.
An educational research group based at Harvard Graduate School of Education.
1999-2000 US Department of Education Fast Response Survey. The purpose of this report is to provide a national profile of the status of arts education in the nation’s regular 1 public schools during the 1999-2000 school year.
Arts & Economic Prosperity IV: The Economic Impact of Nonprofit Arts and Culture Organizations and Their Audiences
This report documents the key role played by the nonprofit arts and culture industry in strengthening the nation’s economy.
Good Principals Aren’t Born – They’re Mentored: Are We Investing Enough to Get the School Leaders We Need?
The Southern Regional Education Board analyzes aspiring principal mentoring programs and proposes a range of actions by universities and districts to address common weaknesses.
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