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

General Selection Criteria for Education Policy Working Groups: Choosing Sides for Basketball

The sharing of this short treatise on ‘choosing sides for basketball’ is for arts education leaders who are currently setting up state content standards revision teams, model curriculum projects or other policy initiatives. Based... Read More

Post Date: 11/02/2015
Blog Tag(s): Policy

Rekindling Professional Development for a New Day

In North Carolina beginning in 2011, RttT funded regional professional development (PD) for Arts Education throughout the state. Now that this RttT funding is gone and departmental budgets have been decreased, we are facing the dilemma of... Read More

Post Date: 10/26/2015
Blog Tag(s): Policy, US ED

Uncommon Partnerships and the Comprehensive Arts Education Model (Part 2)

The January 7th 2015 North Carolina Sate Board of Education Issues Session on Comprehensive Arts Education Read More

Post Date: 01/27/2015
Blog Tag(s): Partnerships, Policy

Uncommon Partnerships and the Comprehensive Arts Education Model

The North Carolina State Board of Education agenda for the January 7, 2015 meeting includes an Issues Session on Comprehensive Arts Education in NC.  This session will take place just following the Call to Order... Read More

Post Date: 01/06/2015
Blog Tag(s): Partnerships, Policy

Live Free or Die; The NH Way

Live Free Or Die. This well-recognized New Hampshire state motto was penned in 1809 by General John Stark as a toast to his wartime comrades for the 32nd anniversary reunion of the 1777 Battle of Bennington. The motto, which is... Read More

Post Date: 02/05/2013
Blog Tag(s): Partnerships, Policy

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