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  1. STS Grants Still Available for Some Counties

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    By Ann Brown, Director of Arts Education — The new school year is well under way. Many teaching artists and organizations are already working with schools across the state to provide arts experiences and in-depth residencies as part of Student Ticket Subsidy (STS). STS projects have been awarded in over 80 of the 95 counties […]

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  2. Educator Free Day at the CMHOF

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    From Heidi Egloff, Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, Communications Manager — The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum salutes the hard but vital work that teachers do with the annual Educator Free Day. On educator free day, Tennessee teachers can visit the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum for free. Learn more […]

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  3. Tell your state leaders why the arts matter in education

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    From Amalia Kruszel, Arts Action Fund Program Manager — Designated by Congress in 2010, House Resolution 275 names the week beginning with the second Sunday in September as National Arts in Education Week. During this week, the field of arts education and its supporters join together in communities across the country to tell the story […]

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  4. The Pedagogy of Process

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    Applied drama for a well-rounded education By Laurie Melnik, Executive Director, Southeast Center for Education in the Arts – The Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) and its inclusion of the arts as part of the well-rounded education of every student has led to new discussions around assessments, evaluations, policy, for both students and teachers. While ESSA certainly presents challenges for arts education, the new federal […]

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  5. TN Dept. of Ed Seeks Feedback on New Education Law

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    By Ann Brown, Director of Arts Education – Here’s your opportunity to communicate how the arts play a part in a well-rounded education The Tennessee Department of Education is engaging stakeholders by asking for feedback on the new federal education law, the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA). This feedback will inform a Tennessee-specific ESSA plan […]

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