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CAE is committed to ensuring that all New York City public school students receive quality arts instruction as part of their pre-K-12 education.
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AmericansForTheArts Nov 6
It's ! We know you're already 20% more likely to vote today, but a little reminder never hurt anyone. Make your voice heard—get out and vote!
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AmericansForTheArts Nov 1
Did you know? People who participate in the arts are 20% more likely to vote. Are you ready for next Tuesday?
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ArtsEd411 Oct 31
“is critical to building a child’s self-esteem—whether in a studio, classroom, or playground.”
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AEP Oct 31
The latest Digest is here! Learn more about AEP’s exploration into the role of the in & , plus check out the latest news from AEP partner organizations & the field:
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AmericansForTheArts Oct 25
Today on : What's so important about creativity? Results from both our recent public opinion poll on the arts, and the latest Business Contributions to the Arts survey, tell an important—and similar!—story.
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NYC AIE Roundtable Oct 25
Hope to see you at "Sip & Create" our meet-up with hosted by Fri, 11/2. Learn about TA resources available to you in NYC, make art, drink wine, and meet colleagues. Click here for more >>>
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Canadian Network for Arts & Learning Oct 17
"If you can't speak English, it doesn’t matter. If you can’t read or write, it doesn’t matter. So this is why it’s inclusive. You don’t need to be certain color, certain age, or speak a certain language to be included in the arts.”
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Center for Arts Ed Oct 24
Check out this wire sculpture made by one of our amazing teaching artists at our professional development workshop, yesterday!
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Mary Luehrsen Oct 21
“The arts provide meaning to our lives and unify our communities.” - Timothy McClimon
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Nat'l Endow f/t Arts Oct 23
READ: New research in the Early Childhood Research Quarterly focuses on nature, value + impact of the arts for children in their early years. SIGN UP: We'll discuss the ECRQ research in a webinar Monday, 10/29 at 1:30ET
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Center for Arts Ed Oct 17
Yesterday, Assistant Principals part of the the future arts initiative had a great time at our professional development workshop at the !
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Kennedy Center Education | Digital Learning Oct 10
How art can help adolescents improve mental health—providing a safe, nonverbal means to express, heal and combat anxiety & depression. By 40% in this instance!
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Center for Arts Ed Oct 11
Arts education is not a luxury, it’s a necessity. It’s really the air many of these kids breathe. It’s how we get kids excited about getting up and going to school in the morning. It’s how we get them to take ownership of their future. -- Michelle Obama
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EdTA Advocacy Oct 9
Another month means more articles, all proving that age is just a number for talented students around the world! Hear their stories in the newest Update:
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AmericansForTheArts Oct 9
From education and job security to housing, public safety, the military & more, our Arts + Social Impact Explorer illuminates the important ways the arts intersect with our day-to-day lives. Take it for a spin!
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Center for Arts Ed Oct 10
In Summer 2018 we piloted a Career Development Summer Intensive (CDSI) for high school students. Learn more about what CDSI students had to say about their experience:
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Center for Arts Ed Oct 9
Take a sneak peek into the Arts Engage Initiative: a four year federally funded arts integration program in NYC public schools!
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Center for Arts Ed Oct 9
Research demonstrates that once students experience success in arts classes, they are better able to understand and appreciate the benefits and the process of the hard work that goes into all learning.
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Center for Arts Ed Oct 8
Voting this fall can help arts education! Learn more at and remember election day is November 6th!
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Center for Arts Ed Oct 8
The arts improve student learning and social development outcomes by promoting and inspiring creativity, collaboration, communication, and critical thinking.
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