In the fall of 2011, Quadrant Arts Education Research, in partnership with Michigan Youth Arts, the Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs, the Michigan Department of Education, and ArtServe Michigan, began a statewide study of arts education in Michigan schools. The project was designed to create a never-before-available picture of arts education in Michigan and institute baseline information for tracking and measuring future progress. This landmark study provides essential data on student access, teacher training, assessment and accountability in arts education in K-12 schools in Michigan. The data provides the groundwork to drive future arts education policy decisions that effect all Michigan students.
The principals of 4163 schools, including 718 private and 293 charter schools, were asked to complete an online survey detailing numerous building-level specifics on arts education in their schools.
Title: Arts Education in Michigan: Fostering Creativity and Innovation
Publication date 2012-10-11
Publication Year 2012
, Michigan Council for Arts & Cultural Affairs
, Michigan Department of Education
, Michigan Youth Arts
, Quadrant Arts Education Research
North America / United States (Midwestern) / Michigan
, youth arts
, michigan department
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