The three Annenberg Challenge Arts projects (in New York City, Minneapolis, and a national consortium of schools) fostered a civic commitment to arts education in their local schools and communities, which led to an expansion in local ownership and investment in arts education. The report offers insights from arts education for school reform practitioners (build reform from within; make excellence equitable) and lessons from standards-based reform for arts educators (rethink accountability; begin with permanence in mind).
Title: The Arts and School Reform: Lessons and Possibilities From the Annenberg Challenge Arts Projects
Publication date 2003-03-19
Publication Year 2003
Dennie Palmer Wolf
, Annenberg Institute for School Reform at Brown University
North America / United States
, North America / United States (Midwestern) / Minnesota / Hennepin County / Minneapolis
, North America / United States (Northeastern) / New York / Bronx County / New York City
, arts projects
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