Help Put Arts Education Front and Center for Our Kids


Notebooks, lunch boxes, and sneakers aren't the only new things you'll find in school this year.

The Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) has been busy designing a new School Report Card to help families, teachers, and community members better understand how schools and districts are performing on a number of measures - including arts education.

Last year, the Arts for All Coalition was successful in advocating for arts education to be included on the new School Report Card. Before the Report Card gets finalized and launched later this year, we need to make sure that both access and participation in arts education is being measured and shared in a comprehensive, accessible, and transparent way.

With the support of educators, parents, and advocates, we can ensure arts education is available to every student in Massachusetts regardless of zip code.

Please take a moment to fill out this quick survey so that the arts are featured prominently in the Report Cards.

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