The Long Island Arts Alliance is partnering with the New York Arts Education Data Project to hold a free workshop on arts education for schools and communities.
The hour-long workshop will be held via Zoom at 4 p.m. on Wednesday, March 15.
Participants will learn how to use the project’s resources to advance access, equity, and participation in arts education.
The Arts Education Data Project has spent over 15 years working in partnership with state departments of education, state arts councils, and foundation partners to collect data on arts education availability and participation. This initiative gathers this data and transforms it into a publicly available interactive dashboard, updated annually to reflect the true status of arts education in each school.
This work is vital in the conversation about the importance of arts education, providing factual evidence in order for educators to develop programs, enhance curriculum and produce authentic measures that support arts programs.
During the workshop, Bob Morrison, project director of the Arts Education Data Project and CEO and founder of Quadrant Research, will provide a demonstration on how data can be used to increase access, equity, and participation in arts programs across the state.
Click here to register for the free workshop.