SEADAE Blog

SEADAE Blog

The SEADAE blog provides a variety of voices. Blog authors will change periodically to share lessons learned to support the arts education field.


The Arts: A 21st Century Civil Rights Issue

In the Spring Secretary of Education Arne Duncan while speaking at a school stated: “Unfortunately, the arts opportunity gap is widest for children in high-poverty schools.  This is absolutely an equity issue and a civil... Read More

Post Date: 10/14/2012
Blog Tag(s): Policy


The “Value Added” State Arts Director

Deitz reflects on his days in the classroom as a music educator and how he sometimes questioned and/or wondered about the directives from the state department. Now that he is in the role as arts consultant his view has changed and perspective... Read More

Post Date: 09/28/2012


Common Core is Here-Don't Panic

SEADAE President Lynn Tuttle provides information on what is happening across the country with the Common Core State Standards for English Language Arts and Math. She suggest we use the first rule from The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Planet... Read More

Post Date: 09/18/2012


Seize the Moment

A long view of working for the students and the political realm in our roles as state arts education specialists. Read More

Post Date: 09/10/2012


On Transparency and SEADAE

Past SEADAE President Beth Cornell provides a historical perspective of the SEADAE work including its foundational pillar: TRANSPARENCY! Read More

Post Date: 09/05/2012


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