Finding Joy and Connection through Music

Engagement, a key component in successful learning, can be elusive in distance-learning contexts. This recent article, part of an EdSurge research series, cites several studies in offering methods designed to increase or maintain the three primary components of engagement—behavioral, cognitive,...
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IFACCA: Supporting Culture in the Digital Age

The International Federation of Arts Councils and Culture Agencies (IFACCA) has released its Public Report “Supporting Culture in the Digital Age”—the product of research undertaken from October 2019 to March 2020. Though the report does not include recent developments in...
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Sound Therapy

You have seen the many eager offers of free concerts, free masterclasses, free ways to enjoy music in this disrupted time. During periods of stress, this makes more sense than you may realize—a new study from the British Academy of...
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Arts Learning Promotes Socio-emotional Competencies

In the United States, the University of Chicago Consortium on School Research, in partnership with the Chicago Public Schools Advocacy group Ingenuity, has gathered a distinguished panel of researchers to address these two questions: 1. What kind of theory of action describes the...
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Expanding the Ways We Evaluate Excellence

For twenty years, the initiative Animating Democracy, from Americans for the Arts, has been the most prominent national organization supporting arts for social and civic change in the United States.  A few years ago they produced a significant report called Aesthetic...
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