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The Nation's Report Card: 2016 Arts Release
Tue, April 25, 2017, 10:30 AM – 12:00 PM EDT
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On Tuesday, April 25 at 10:30 a.m. ET, the National Assessment Governing Board and the National Center for Education Statistics will release results of The Nation's Report Card: 2016 Arts at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, D.C. This report features national results at grade eight from the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP).
At the event, we'll discuss:
What the data show at the national level about student achievement, including findings by demographic subgroups and trends since the last NAEP arts report card was released in 2008
How the availability of resources and opportunities in arts education — such as full-time teachers in the arts, experience playing instruments, engagement in artistic expression in class and outside of class, and exposure to museums and musical performances — may shape students' skills
The event will also feature behind-the-scenes video tours of schools in Boston; Red Lake, Minn.; Tacoma, Wash.; and Winston-Salem, N.C. where arts programs blend with academics to enrich students’ educational experiences. We'll also share special video messages from actress Gabrielle Ruiz (“Crazy Ex-Girlfriend,” “In the Heights”) and former NASA leaders Charles Bolden and Dava Newman.
Peggy Carr, Acting Commissioner, National Center for Education Statistics
Jonathan Katz, Strategic Advisor, The Innovation Collaborative
Terry Mazany, President and CEO, The Chicago Community Trust; Chair, National Assessment Governing Board
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REGISTRATION AND LOGISTICS
This event will take place in the Terrace Gallery of the Kennedy Center. It is free, but registration is required. If you are not able to join in person, you can also register to view the webcast live.
The Kennedy Center is within walking distance of the Foggy Bottom-George Washington University Metrorail (subway) stop on the blue, orange, and silver lines. A free shuttle, which departs every 15 minutes from the Foggy Bottom stop, is also available. Alternatively, the 80 Metrobus stops at the Kennedy Center. Street and paid parking are also available nearby.
Upon registration, you will receive further logistical details and/or webcast log-in.
If you have questions about the event, contact Chelsea Radler at (240) 630-0198 or email@example.com.