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From: Patricia Knott (pknott_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Wed May 04 2005 - 18:35:13 PDT


from
http://www.culturalpolicy.org/

  Arts and Education Research: Towards an International Compendium
  International Federation of Arts Councils and Culture Agencies
(IFACCA), 2005
  An interim report from the International Federation of Arts Councils
and Culture Agenices about its joint project with UNESCO, the Australia
Council, and Dr Anne Bamford of University of Technology Sydney. The
finished project "will provide a global overview of the qualities of
effective arts and education partnerships, including (1) identifiable
details of the impact of arts and education partnerships; and (2)
models of data collection and research methodology for investigating
the impact of arts and education partnerships. . . . The findings
documented in the compendium will be a focus of the UNESCO Summit on
the Arts in Education to be held in Lisbon in May 2006." This interim
report includes Dr Bamford's preliminary observations.
  http://www.ifacca.org/files/educationreport.pdf

  Survey shows support for arts in school
  Mercury News, 4/27/2005
  "The arts ought to be on par with basics such as math when it comes to
required subjects in school, a survey of Santa Clara County adults
shows. That's not a totally unexpected sentiment, but the extent to
which those surveyed support making the arts a requirement -- nearly 9
out of 10 -- suggests deep and sustained support for restoring the arts
to the core curriculum for students in grades K-12."
   
http://www.mercurynews.com/mld/mercurynews/news/local/states/
california/northern_califor nia/11500164.htm

Patty
respond to: pknott@enter.net

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