The purpose of this monograph is to highlight the development of CAPE and its effects through the multiple inquiry lenses trained on the program over its first six years. The story is one of development and learning by school communities, teachers, and artists as they became increasingly and more deeply involved in arts-integrated instruction. It is also a story of increasingly tangible and measurable effects on student learning as the program matured.
Title: Chicago Arts Partnerships in Education Summary Evaluation
Publication date 2005-02-21
Publication Year 2005
James S. Catterall
, Lynn Waldorf
Chicago Arts Partnerships in Education (CAPE)
North America / United States (Midwestern) / Illinois / Cook County / Chicago
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