The SEADAE blog provides a variety of voices. Blog authors will change periodically to share lessons learned to support the arts education field.
The Art of Restaging: The Importance of Communicating through Data
“If Arts Education is important to creating a well-rounded education, why isn’t this value reflected in policy and funding?”
I hear this question often in various meetings with arts education stakeholders from... Read More
Post Date: 04/03/2018
Blog Tag(s): data
CA Arts Ed Data Project Takes the Lead
California Department of Education is a member of Cohort 1 of the National Arts Education Data Project. We were the first state to launch our dashboard, with two years of data (2013-14 and 2014-15) in November 2016. We are proud to be the... Read More
Post Date: 04/02/2018
Blog Tag(s): Arts, Data
Marching with the Arts
March highlights four arts areas in our schools through Dance in Our Schools, Music in Our Schools, Theatre in Our Schools, and Youth Art Month....
How are you celebrating the arts in your school community? Participate in... Read More
Post Date: 03/01/2018
Blog Tag(s): Art, Dance, March, Music, Theatre
Teachers Return to School - Part Two
"The map is not the territory, In order to draw the map, the territory needs to be known in other ways.".
The quote is from Elliot Eisner. Although Eisner probably would not have been an advocate of arts integration, his thinking... Read More
Post Date: 02/04/2018
Blog Tag(s): Arts, Arts Integration, Integration
Teachers Return to School on January 2nd - Part One
Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education Arts Education Director, Tom Tobias, shares insights into how the arts are the solution. He writes... "I have discovered that if you say something often enough... Read More
Post Date: 01/04/2018
Blog Tag(s): Arts, Arts Integration