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Kennedy Center Program Improving Access to Arts For All Students

April 23, 2014 by twalker  
Filed under Featured News, Top Stories


By Kelsey Nelson The facts are clear: Students who participate in the arts demonstrate improved academic performance and lower dropout rates. Without the arts, students can face greater difficulty mastering core subjects, higher dropout rates and disciplinary problems. Even with all the established positive effects of arts education, school systems continually cut funds from their [...]

How School Arts Programs Encourage Parental Involvement


By Teal Ruland Study after study has shown that arts education is a powerful and important component of adolescent learning. Dance, drama, music, and visual arts provide outlets for creativity, instill discipline, and help us to understand and analyze the world around us. Research also shows that the academic gains students achieve with high arts [...]