In recent years many school districts have had to restructure their arts curriculums to meet the growing emphasis on standards that is central to most school reform. This unique collection is meant to assist educators, policymakers, grantmakers and other stakeholders by focusing on the potential benefits of arts education for students and communities alike, and providing examples of creative ways school districts are handling their constraints.

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Doing the Arts Justice: A Review of Research Literature, Practice and Theory

May 9, 2005

Researched and written by Jenny Hughes, this review of research literature, practice and theory is a must for anyone working on evaluation and research within the arts in social inclusion.It is full of useful examples of the methodologies of recent arts projects that have taken place within criminal justice and social inclusion settings, and packed with statistics and findings relating to the impact of the arts in areas such as prevention of offending and within custodial and community sentencing.

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