Links and Resources
Department of Education
DOE Study of 2007-2008 12th Grade Students - see how the more arts courses a student takes, the impact on graduation rates, SAT scores, and FCAT.
Letter to the Commissioner
Professional Development System - a website with information needed for planning conferences, summer or regional workshops, and links to the National Staff Development Standards upon which the study, lay and methods are built.
Sunshine State Standards
Office of the Humanities
Youth Art Month
The 2016 Youth Art Month theme is "The Power of Art."
Youth Art Month
Submit your favorite gallery for listing by contacting email@example.com
One way to supplement the material needed to teach the curriculum is through grants. Half the battle is locating a grant that applies to your field. The other half is finding the time to complete the application process for the grant. As this school year comes to a close, consider using this summer to explore available grant opportunities. This site offers a list of grant opportunities.
NEA Fine Arts Grant Program
On behalf of the National Education Association (NEA), The NEA Foundation
for the Improvement of Education (NFIE) offers, for the second year in a row,
Fine Arts grants to NEA members. Available to secondary (grades 6-12)
school art specialists through local NEA affiliates, the grants allow fine arts
educators to create and implement programs that promote learning among
students at risk of school failure.
Through store grants and team member volunteering, Target helps local schools and arts organizations make the arts more accessible to all.
Arts education resource list.
The Milagro Foundation focuses on serving at-risk, underrepresented and
disadvantaged youth through educational programs and health services. The
Foundation also supports artistic and culturally enriching programs that strengthen
youth and communities. Most grant amounts are between $2,500 and $5,000. Creative programs from grass roots organizations working with and for underrepresented and underprivileged children and youth take precedence. Application deadline: on-going.
Submit your lesson plan for teaching students about energy or sustainability for a chance to win a $500 grant.
Going Green Lesson Plans
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