Arts Education 22-23 Challenges & Talking Points
Designed to help prepare advocates for meetings with school district or state decision makers. Whether virtually or in-person, this two-page document is also a great leave-behind that can clarify what communities must do to ensure quality arts education programs in their districts.
The Pledge asserts that the arts are part of a balanced education and asks signees to commit to supporting equitable access to arts education that includes instruction in all arts areas. Anyone or any organization can sign it.
Dear Parents and Caregivers Letter
Can be customized to help you urge parents and caregivers to mobilize their school leaders and state legislators to support arts education in the 2022-23 school year. Consider personalizing with a specific anecdote on how arts education has impacted you, a member of your family, or a community member.