NJAEP News

Spreading the Good News with Neptune Schools

If you were to visit the schools of Neptune Township, you would find many examples of students actively participating in the arts.  At any given

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2017 National Arts Advocacy Day

This year’s National Arts Advocacy Day in Washington, DC had an undercurrent of energy that came from word that the President had proposed, just days

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Blog: March is NJ TEEN ARTS COUNTY FESTIVAL Time!

This March begins the kickoff of the Teen Arts Festival circuit in New Jersey. Individual counties across New Jersey host local Teen Arts Festivals showcasing

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ArtsEdNow Q & A with Acting Commissioner of Education Kimberley Harrington

1. What role did arts education play in your own education? The arts played a large role in my education and in my personal development.

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The Beat: NJAEP's Newsletter – February 2017

February is the month of love at the New Jersey Arts Education Partnership. And this issue of The Beat focuses on teachers we love. Those

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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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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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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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Postcards for the Arts: Interview with JoAnn Onnembo

Recently, I received a manila envelope in the mail with forty oversized postcards of beautiful reproductions of student artwork on the front. On the back

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