Moving Forward with Arts in Education

A Lehigh Valley Case Study in the Making

Studies have shown that learning in the arts contributes to strong academic performance, higher rates of literacy and improved problem solving skills. The benefits stem, however, from a student’s consistent engagement with the arts. They are the results of a comprehensive strategy to measure outcomes in many grade levels and over a considerable length of time. [continued]

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“The Program is designing a strategic plan to provide equitable access to arts resources in the classroom and outside of the classroom.”

Lehigh University’s Andrew Cassano,
Any Given Child’s Coordinator & Managing Partner


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The "Arts Advocate" is a bi-monthly e-newsletter
by the Lehigh Valley Arts Council.

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