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SEADAE consists of those persons at state education agencies whose responsibility is education in the arts.

 

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Squirrels Online

Friday, November 23, 2018

Our pursuit of relevant and meaningful resources can be sidetracked with sites that move us in a different direction. We may have the best intentions to research something, and then end up visiting Wikipedia or some other site to read unrelated articles or find out what our favorite musician is up to. This issue may be known to some as “Rabbit Hole Syndrome.” What are a few strategies to help us manage our online time, avoiding the "Rabbit Holes" and "Squirrels" online?

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Americans for the Arts Mourns the Passing of Carol Channing

Harry Kullijian, Congresswoman Jackie Speier, and Carol Channing review the congressional resolution. Image by Jamie L. M
Ms. Channing Instigated the Creation of National Arts in Education Week in 2010
Wednesday, January 16, 2019

Americans for the Arts mourns the loss of Carol Channing, a lifelong performer, patron, philanthropist, and advocate for arts education. Ms. Channing, long known for being a larger-than-life Broadway star and recording artist, dedicated her post-performing career to advancing arts education alongside her husband Harry Kullijian, culminating in their advocacy effort to establish National Arts in Education Week in 2010.

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