This guide from the Kennedy Center Alliance for Arts Education Network poses both questions and suggestions for arts organizations to consider

This blog by the co-founding chair of the San Diego Alliance for Arts Education (SDAAE) illustrates an effective model for building arts educa

Written by Eric Booth, founder of the online Teaching Artist Journal, this post reviews numerous talking points from last summer’s World’s Fir

So there is renewed focus on arts education, but how do we assess the quality of arts education?


Are you an Opera organization looking for accessable educational materials? This list from Opera America recommends reading for kids at each grade level.


The Teaching Artist Research Project (TARP) run by the University of Chicago deepens our understanding of the world of teaching artists through studies in twelve communities and supports exploration of the local conditions and dynamics in arts education.
Part 1: Teaching Artists and the Future of Education Executive Summary

Part 2: Teaching Artists and the Future of Education Final Report

The NEA is taking new steps in improving arts education.

This list gives 11 summarizes some of the benefits of arts education.

You can’t tell people what they should get out of the arts. Arts education can provide kids with the “tools to let them start figuring it out for themselves.”

Eduction is the #1 indicator of future arts participation. This NEA report looks at education trends in America and what it all means for partipation.

Diane Ragsdale explores the short term/zero sum mindset when it comes to arts organizations providing arts education.

MOOC is shorthand for Massive Open Online Course. This post by Createquity is a great thought piece on how innovations in traditional education have the potential to transform the future of arts education.