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Blog: From Armenia With Love

The most important life lessons I have ever learned came from my music teacher in Yerevan, Armenia. When I was fifteen, Rita Israelovna Petrosian was

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Blog: Arts Horizons Stands Alongside NJAEP

Arts Horizons stands alongside the NJAEP in the campaign for #artsednow! Not only do we believe in the movement to support Arts Education in our

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Understanding A School Budget By Bob Morrison

Typically, most arts teachers along with other advocates and concerned parents are shocked when they learn that programs in music/arts programs are in jeopardy due

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The Beat: NJAEP's Newsletter – Happy Holidays. December 2016

HAPPY HOLIDAYS H is for Hope. As we embark on the new year we are hopeful that 2017 will exceed expectations. A is for the

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Guest Blog: Timothy Craig 2016 Recipient of NJPSA's Visionary Supervisor of the Year award

Guest Blog by: Timothy Craig Director of Fine & Performing Arts and Business Education Bayonne Public Schools 2016 Recipient of the NJPSA’s Visionary Supervisor of the

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The Beat: NJAEP's Newsletter – November 2016

November is the month of Thanksgiving, so it is fitting that this issue of The Beat is all about giving thanks. Included are stories about

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We are Thankful for the Clearmountain Festival: Interview with Cody Fitzgerald of the band Stolen Jars

In July, Gail Prusslin, Vice-President of the Board of Outpost in the Burbs contacted the NJAEP with the news that the Partnership was the organization

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BLOG: Thank an Art Teacher! with Ann Marie Miller, ArtPride NJ.

When I think back over my 30+ year career in the arts I wonder, “Who is responsible for jumpstarting my love of the arts?” I

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2016 School Board Candidate Survey Results

The New Jersey Arts Education Partnership recognizes that understanding candidates’ views on arts education is important to voters. A healthy arts education ecosystem depends on

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The Beat: NJAEP's Newsletter – October 2016

There is a lot to read in this issue of The Beat. Meet the new Teacher of the Year, Argine Safari, learn about the Postcard

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