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NHAEA September 2017 Newsletter: click to open or right click to download the PDF file

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IMPORTANT ARTICLE: Seismic Shifts in the Education Landscape: What Do They Mean for Arts Education and Arts Education Policy?

Author F. Robert Sabol addresses each area that shapes the field of art education today including advocacy, creativity, licensure, teacher evaluation, assessment, technology. He provides enough depth on each topic without being overwhelming or too academic. Click here to see the entire article from Arts Education Policy Review.

Student-Produced Video Supports Keeping Arts in Schools

A group of students produced a video supporting arts in their school.  Watch video below.

Survey of CEOs Finds Creativity as the Most Important Leadership Value

A survey conducted by IBM’s Institute for Business Value finds that CEOs identify “creativity” as the most important leadership competency for the successful enterprise of the future. Read the full article by clicking here.

Do Schools Kill Creativity?

Hear Ken Robinson’s thoughts at the TED conference. Watch the video below.

What Does “Quality” look like in Arts Education?

In The Qualities of Quality: Understanding Excellence in Arts Education, Harvard researchers at Project Zero explore what first-rate arts education entails and offer tools to help educators and others make smart choices about arts education in schools and communities. Click here to read the report.

The Arts in Early Childhood: Social and Emotional Benefits of Arts Participation

A Literature Review and Gap Analysis (2000 -2015) Click here to see this full report.