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House of Representatives Passes ESEA Reauthorization. On to the Senate!

We’re pleased to let you know that today the U.S. House of Representatives overwhelmingly passed the conference agreement to reauthorize the Elementary and Secondary Education

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The 2016 NJ Visual & Performing Arts Ed Survey to Launch 2/1

2016 New Jersey Visual and Performing Arts Education Survey Set for February 1st Launch Repeat of Ground-Breaking Project to Measure State-Wide Arts Education Now more

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NJASA Partnership Corner: ArtsEdNow – NJAEP Leads the Way

ON TARGET 2015 – Bob Morrison, Chairman of New Jersey Arts Education Partnership featured in NJASA’s Partnership Corner

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Education Leaders Hear Call to Action to Bring Arts Education to All NJ Students.

Education Leaders Hear Call to Action to Bring Arts Education to All NJ Students. Unite on Important Role Arts Education Plays in Educating the “Whole

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NJ School Board Candidate Survey Results

1800 school board candidates share their views about arts education with voters in their district as a public service.

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Breaking News: Senate Vote is a Big Win for Arts Education

The United States Senate has passed its bipartisan Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) reauthorization proposal, the Every Child Achieves Act (S. 1177), by a

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New Jersey Arts Education Partnership Launches as Independent Group

Arts Education for All-New Statewide Advocacy Organization New Jersey Arts Education Partnership Launches as Independent Group For Immediate Release: July 15, 2015 Contact: Kristin Wenger

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2015 NAMM Foundation's Best Communities For Music Education

The Best Communities for Music Education survey acknowledges schools and districts across the United States for their commitment to and support of music education. NAMM

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Mazzocchi: The Truth About Arts Education in Our Schools

What made you decide to move to the South Orange – Maplewood School District? Was it the annual NY Times articles we see, describing the towns

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Visual and Performing Arts Grade Weighting Bill Wins Committee Approval

(TRENTON) Legislation sponsored by Assembly Republican Leader Jon Bramnick (R-Somerset) and Assemblyman Patrick Diegnan (D-Middlesex) that requires school districts to weigh visual and performing arts

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