By James Catterall, Published March 2010 by the Arts Education Partnership
An extensive report of a compilation of seven major studies that provide new evidence of enhanced learning and achievement when students are involved in a variety of arts experiences.
Describes how local artists and educators help turn around the lives of young people and identifies the common characteristics of effective arts and humanities programs. Produced by The President’s Committee on the Arts and the Humanities with Americans for the Arts.
Presents the major impacts on school policy and practices, the principles of effectiveness and key questions to be addressed in each stage of development of successful arts education partnerships.
A publication of the William and Flora Hewlitt Foundation
SIAP is committed to developing methods for studying the role of arts and culture in contemporary American society.