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Title: JUST iMAgINE


1
JUST iMAgINE
  • Findings and Next Steps from the Maine Arts
    Education Census

2
Background
  • Origins
  • Support from Betterment Fund, Kennedy Center,
    Maine DOE, Maine Arts Commission
  • Goal A clear statement of what is on which to
    build campaigns for what could be

3
The Basic Facts
  • Two year, voluntary online survey
  • Responses from all counties
  • More than a third of all arts teachers
  • 44 of the schools
  • A strong overview of arts learning throughout the
    state

4
Map 1
5
Much To Be Proud Of
  • Arts are taught by certified arts teachers
  • Good infrastructure
  • Strong beginning
  • Evidence of very strong programs
  • Dedication

6
Much to Work Towards
  • Very little theater and dance
  • Enrollment drops
  • Overall inequity
  • Isolation and lack of support
  • Broken paths

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Next Steps
  • Phase III iMAgINE Communities
  • A closer look at a diverse set of Maine
    communities
  • 6 - 8 with outside team
  • Community-wide audit
  • Tool from the Kennedy Center adapted to Maines
    geography and strengths

9
To Build iMAgINE Campaign
  • Teachers created community maps at conference
  • Determine criteria and select communities
  • Visits Winter and Spring 2010

10
Why Does This Matter?
  • Partnership for 21st Century Skills
  • New York report - the arts and graduation
  • Daniel Pink-preparing students to use the whole
    brain
  • Sir Kenneth Robinson-creativity is as important
    as literacy

11
iMAgINE
  • Maine needs students who are inspired and
    motivated.

12
iMAgINE
  • Maine needs communities with a revived culture of
    creativity.

13
iMAgINE
  • Maine students, regardless of the income levels
    of their parents and community, deserve equity of
    access to a full and creative education.

14
What You Can Do
  • Consider equity issues when funding education.
    Will the funds help to address this issue?
  • Use the Census tools to help communities set
    standards for what can be achieved.
  • Join us as we study how selected Maine
    communities provide rich offerings of arts
    education opportunities for their students.

15
See the Census Results
  • Visit www.maineartsed.org to access the full
    report, including all maps and charts, of the
    Maine Arts Education Census.
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