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Wallace Foundation
We seek to foster improvements in learning and enrichment for disadvantaged children and the vitality of the arts for everyone.
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Wallace Foundation Nov 22
Happy Thanksgiving to all of our friends and colleagues! We'll see you back here on Monday.
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Wallace Foundation Nov 22
Over the years we’ve seen hundreds of thousands of people combing through our online research, reports and other tools. What are they looking for? Our top 10 most downloaded publications of all time give a clue.
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NASBE Nov 21
Join on December 13 for a webinar on interventions under , featuring new findings from a evidence review:
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Wallace Foundation Nov 21
"Keep audience-building issues on the front burner, at the forefront of what you do." This and more insights for arts professionals from our recent events in Austin and Dallas.
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Wallace Foundation Nov 21
Congress and state governments should continue to fund programs, analysis says:
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Afterschool Alliance Nov 21
Why summer learning should be a district priority:
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Wallace Foundation Nov 20
This first of its kind consumer guide lets elementary schools and OST practitioners compare 25 leading programs and align them with their own needs and goals.
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UCEA Nov 17
"If you have a high-functioning system, you have a strong leader behind it. We need to double down on preparing these strong leaders" Leading in a Time of Challenge: What's an Educational Leader to do?
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Wallace Foundation Nov 17
6 districts show it's possible to put together the 4 key parts of a pipeline AND see swift benefits.
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Wallace Foundation Nov 16
Through a Wallace initiative, orgs are using to build audiences. Here's one story:
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Wallace Foundation Nov 16
a podcast: Ordinary school districts that get extraordinary results
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Wallace Foundation Nov 15
New study explores ESSA support for “arts integration” -- linking arts activities with curriculum in other subjects.
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Wallace Foundation Nov 15
Looking for examples of successful school district improvement? Check out ’s new podcast
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Wallace Foundation Nov 14
What lessons can school leaders learn from ? Find out in ’s new podcast
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Wallace Foundation Nov 14
With 12 staff, but 60 affiliates, prepares 350K meals in a year.
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Wallace Foundation Nov 13
Ballet Austin is using market research to find new, effective ways to engage audiences with all forms of ballet. Now other orgs can learn and apply their lessons with this new study guide.
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Wallace Foundation Nov 13
How has Chicago made such progress? One of the keys was when researchers, foundations, and practitioners all realized school leadership was key.
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Wallace Foundation Nov 10
See 's breakdown of Wallace-backed AIR report on how schools can use arts to support academics under ESSA:
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Wallace Foundation Nov 10
Teachers College examines recent developments in cross-sector collaborations for education:
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Wallace Foundation Nov 9
report says further research is needed to understand the effects of arts integration on student outcomes.
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