June 16, 2010

Addressing the future of Arts Education

Guest post by Byron McCauley

Where do the cases for work force preparedness and education reform take us in advancing arts education policy at the local, state, and federal levels?

That’s the question Jillian Darwish, vice president of KnowledgeWorks’ Organizational Learning and Innovation group, and others will try to answer next week during a panel discussion at the 2010 Americans for the Arts Half-Century Summit, the group’s annual meeting this year.

Other panel participants include Chris Tebben, executive director of Grantmakers for Education and Jim Shelton, aassistant deputy secretary for innovation and improvement, U.S. Department of Education. To learn more about the panel, titled The Future of Arts Education, please click here.

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2 thoughts on “Addressing the future of Arts Education

  1. Wow, great idea, but I can’t help notice how few artists or educators are on your panel discussions. The homogeneity of views was a real problem at your Innovation in Education summit last August in New Mexico.

    Eric Booth, however, is fantastic.

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