NJAEP News

MOST MONMOUTH AND OCEAN COUNTY CITIZENS BELIEVE ARTS EDUCATION IS IMPORTANT BUT ARE MIXED ON ITS FUNDING, IMPLEMENTATION AND STUDENTS’ ACCESS TO PARTICIPATION OPPORTUNITIES

  Few Active in Promoting Arts Education in Schools and Communities WARREN, N.J. – Most Monmouth and Ocean County citizens believe arts education is important

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Guest Blog by Alyssa Sileo of The Laramie Project Project

Thanks to my arts education, I can say that, as an 18-year-old, I feel entirely equipped to address all that life can throw at meーwith

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New Jersey Thespians are proud to be joining the Governor's Awards in Arts Education this year!

NJ Thespians is the state chapter of the Educational Theatre Association (EdTA), which sponsors the International Thespian Society (ITS), a theatre honor society.  It is

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Arts Ed NJ's THE BEAT. January 2018

ARTS ED NJ RELEASES  TITLE I SUPPORT WEBSITE FOR SCHOOL LEADERS and so much more…

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Committee Member Spotlight with Lora Marie Durr AENJ

AENJ has been busy planning events for NJ’s art educators! January 20, 2018, is our annual Breakfast and Workshop at Middletown Arts Center, showcasing 2017

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Guest Blog with Miss Atlantic Shores 2018

For as long as I can remember, I have been involved in the arts. A comprehensive arts education was at the center of my young

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ARTS ED NJ RELEASES TITLE I SUPPORT WEBSITE FOR SCHOOL LEADERS

New Resource Demonstrates the Use of Arts Education to Achieve Title I Goals This month Arts Ed NJ, in cooperation with the Geraldine R. Dodge

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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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