Critical Evidence: How the Arts Benefit Student Achievement

 
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Critical Evidence: How the Arts Benefit Student Achievement
Critical Evidence: How the Arts Benefit Student Achievement responds to the needs of policymakers, educators, parents and advocates for fact-based, non-technical language documenting the most current and compelling research on the value of arts learning experiences. Critical Evidence updates and expands on the case made for arts education in NASAA's earlier collaboration with the Arts in Education Partnership, Eloquent Evidence: Arts at the Core of Learning, originally published in 1995. "Ten year's after its release," observes Critical Evidence author Sandra S. Ruppert, "the evidence is even more eloquent, and the need to demonstrate the link between the arts and student achievement has grown more critical." 2006, 20 pages.
Critical Evidence: How the Arts Benefit Student Achievement responds to the needs of policymakers, educators, parents and advocates for fact-based, non-technical language documenting the most current and compelling research on the value of arts learning experiences.
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National Assembly of State Arts Agencies (NASAA)
0-9777050-0-5
24 p.
Saturday, December 31, 2005
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National Assembly of State Arts Agencies
1029 Vermont Avenue, NW, 2nd Floor
Washington
DC, 20005
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