An Unfinished Canvas found that California's elementary schools face unique challenges in
providing all students with sequential, standards-based arts education. In particular, elementary principals identified inadequate funding and insufficient instructional time as significant barriers to the provision of arts education. For this study, we sought to further understand the impact of funding and time on elementary arts education. To do so, we examined the allocation of funding and instructional time in 10 schools across five states (Kentucky, Massachusetts, Minnesota, New Jersey, and California).
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Title: An Unfinished Canvas: Allocating Funding and Instructional Time for Elementary Arts Education
Publication date 2008-05-07
Publication Year 2008
Ashley Z. Campbell
, Camille E. Esch
, H. Alix Gallagher
, Heather Malin
, Nicolette Mayes
, Katrina R. Woodworth
, William and Flora Hewlett Foundation Performing Arts Program
North America / United States (Western) / California
, education in california
, arts teachers
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