What is the Value of an Arts Education?
An Arts Education can bring every subject to life and turn abstractions into concrete reality. Current research demonstrates that students who receive their education in an artistic environment:
Project Zero is an educational research group developed at Harvard University in their Graduate School of Education. To view past and current projects detailing their mission of understanding, enhancing learning, thinking and creating in the arts, please visit: www.pz.harvard.edu/index.cfm
An issue brief from the Economic and Technology Policy studies.
A report from The President’s Committee on the Arts and the Humanities that details the impact of arts on learning.
The Arts Education Partnership summarizes 62 research studies examining the influence of art on social and academic skills.
The Arts Program at the Surdna Foundation is national in scope and supports the artistic advancement of teens (ages 12-18).