The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors has long advocated for the importance of the arts in public education. In 2002, the Supervisors unanimously adopted the Los Angeles County Regional Blueprint for Arts Education which established the LA County Arts Ed Collective as a part of the Los Angeles County Arts Commission.
The following three poems were written onsite during the Arts Now: LA County Arts Education Summit. They were written for and in response to the events, ideas and topics of the summit.
December 08, 2017 Announcements, Arts Education, Communications, For Data Geeks, Press, Research, Research & Evaluation
The Los Angeles County Arts Commission releases findings from a 18-month survey of arts education in K-12 public schools.
By Carla Javier/KPCC California law requires schools to offer arts instruction from first to 12th grade. But, in practice, not all students are getting equitable access to arts education.