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The Beat: Arts Ed NJ’s Monthly Newsletter – December

A Farewell to Kris Wenger

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Blog: Spotlight on Dance Education in Elizabeth NJ Alyssa Fisher Dance Teacher EPS William F. Halloran #22

“I am so proud to be part of a district that is making such strides in providing a comprehensive dance education by professional, highly qualified

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Arts education. New buzz word or New approach? By: Tiffany Festa-Sneddon

Sixty percent of students reported being bored and disconnected in school. Why? How can we find better and creative ways to reach all learners? Arts

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The Beat: Arts Ed NJ’s Monthly Newsletter – November 2017

Save the date: #GivingTuesday 2017 is November 28th. We’re proud to be a part of the global celebration of giving. Visit Our Facebook Page & givingtuesday.org to

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What Does an Arts Ed Now Ambassador Look Like? – Arts Ed Now Teacher Contest

As part of the Arts Ed Now campaign, we asked educators in New Jersey to create a three-photo storyboard to describe what it means to

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The Beat: Arts Ed NJ's Monthly Newsletter – October 2017

Prepare to be wowed. Arts Ed NJ has so much to share in this issue of The Beat.  Connect to the findings of the Rutgers-Eagleton

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2017 SCHOOL BOARD CANDIDATE SURVEY RESULTS

Arts Ed NJ recognizes that understanding candidates’ views on arts education is important to voters. A healthy arts education ecosystem depends on many factors, and

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Education Leaders Assemble to Strategize on Increasing Arts Education Participation in All New Jersey Schools

Nearly 200 New Jersey Arts education leaders and education officials gathered at “Arts Ed Summit 2017” to chart the future direction for arts education in

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Arts Ed Summit 2017

Join with arts education thought leaders for this one-day exploration of the status of arts education in New Jersey’s schools and help craft the pathway

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2017 NJ Arts Education Census Project

AS NEW JERSEY APPROACHES ‘UNIVERSAL ACCESS’ TO ARTS EDUCATION, STUDENT PARTICIPATION IN THE ARTS INCREASED TO 76% Third Installment of the New Jersey Arts Education

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