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Fwd: PROGRAM INFO:Teleconference on Arts Literacy - 12/1/98 - #15

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Sheryl Ann McCoy (smccoy)
Wed, 04 Nov 1998 08:19:07 -0700


Greetings to all:
I am forwarding information about the December Town Meeting via Satellite. These Town meetings are sponsored by the US Department of Education. Secretary Riley and Bill Ivey, Chairman of the National Endowment for the Arts will discuss research and practical applications for various issues.

The main reason I want you all to know about this pivots around the thread we have been discussing about curriculum, instruction, and assessment. IF YOU SET UP A SITE, YOUR INPUT WILL BE CONSIDERED and HEARD THAT NIGHT. Even if you can't set up a site in your community, you can respond with your ideas, opinions, and experiences.

Best regards,
Sheryl

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DATE: Wed, 4 Nov 1998 09:05:42 From: Satellite_Town_Meeting (Satellite Town Meeting) To: STM-LIST

********************************************** National Teleconference "Arts Literacy for a Changing America" Tuesday, December 1, 1998 - 7:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. *********************************************** How does learning about dance, theater, music or the visual arts motivate children to learn, boost achievement in math, science and other subjects, raise students' self-esteem, contribute to their understanding of cultural differences, or enhance creativity? Research suggests that the arts are potentially one of education's most powerful assets and can be a key part of educational reform efforts. "Arts Literacy for a Changing America," a special teleconference, will address these critical issues concerning arts and education. U.S. Secretary of Education Richard Riley and Chairman Bill Ivey of the National Endowment for the Arts will lead a discussion with educators, community leaders, business people and others on: -- ways to examine schools' arts programs to determine if they are enabling students to achieve high standards; -- strategies for integrating arts assessments into overall school improvement efforts; and, -- the results of the recent NAEP Arts Assessment of eighth grade students in visual art, music, theater, and dance. This is an opportunity for you and other community leaders to meet and discuss actions you can take to provide strong arts education programs in your schools. ****************************** SATELLITE COORDINATES ****************************** TEST TIME: 7:00 - 7:30 p.m. Eastern time; countdown clock at 7:25 p.m. (Note: we cannot check signals before the test time) PROGRAM: 7:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. Eastern time C-Band: Telstar 4 / transponder 1; Orbital Location: 89 West; Downlink Frequency: 3720 MHZ; Vertical Polarity; Audio subcarriers: 6.2 and 6.8 Ku-Band: SBS6 /transponder 15; Orbital Location 74 West; Downlink frequency 12068 MHZ; Horizontal Polarity; Audio subcarriers: 6.2 and 6.8 For technical assistance on the day of the program, call 703-284-3556. Call-in number for questions (during the program ONLY): 1-888-855-9363 (note: 888 NOT 800). This program will be broadcast live from the Newseum, in Arlington, Virginia, the world's only interactive museum of news. Please note that satellite coordinates are subject to change. Register your participation to ensure you will be notified of any changes by calling 1-800-USA-LEARN, by e-mail at Satellite_Town_Meeting, or by visiting our web site http://www.ed.gov/inits/stm/ ***************** REGISTRATION FORM ***************** Please register your participation in this free teleconference by completing this form and faxing it to (202) 401-0689. Or, send an e-mail with all of the information below to: Satellite_Town_Meeting. For information about the Satellite Town Meeting or questions about this form, please call (800) USA-LEARN. Yes! We plan to participate! (Check as many as apply.) We have a satellite downlink facility, and we will: ___host an event (We plan that approximately _____ number of people will attend our event.) ___tape the event for future use (___professional development? ___PTA meeting? ___other?) ___both We do not have a satellite dish, but we will call our local cable access television station and ask them to broadcast it:_____ Name & contact information at television station___________________ Where will your event take place? Name of school/facility ___________________________________________ City________________________ State_________________________________ Who is going to organize your event? Contact Name Organization/School Address Phone Fax (required!) E-mail Address Release information: Do we have permission to share your contact information with people in your community who may want to join your event and the news media? ____Yes ___No Permission: Teleconferences produced by the U.S. Department of Education are in the public domain. Use, duplication and distribution are free and unrestricted. THANK YOU! =================================================== = To subscribe to (or unsubscribe from) STM-LIST, address an e-mail message to: Listproc Then write either SUBSCRIBE STM-LIST YOURFIRSTNAME YOURLASTNAME in the message, or write UNSUBSCRIBE STM-LIST (if you have a signature block, please turn it off). Then send it! ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Past STM-LIST messages: http://www.ed.gov/MailingLists/STM-LIST/ ==================================================== Ida Roxanna Eblinger U.S. Department of Education Ida_Eblinger --------- End Forwarded Message ---------

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