Over the course of three years, Performing Arts Workshop and evaluators measured five goals of the Workshop's Artists-in-Schools program. These goals were: to improve student critical thinking in the arts, to use the arts to positively impact academic performance, to identify problems in teaching at-risk youth, to use the arts to develop pro-social behavior, and to institutionalize arts and arts education in school settings to increase sustainability. The ability of the Artists-in-Schools program to meet these goals is examined through a quasi-experimental, mixed-method research design.
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Title: Artists-In-Schools (AIS) Second-Year Annual Evaluation Report for the U.S. Dept. of Education (2004-05)
Publication date 2005-11-15
Publication Year 2005
Performing Arts Workshop
North America / United States (Western) / California (San Francisco Bay Area)
teacher and artist
, intensive treatment
, treatment group
, NOTE based
, pro social
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