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A collaborative of individuals, organizations and groups with a common interest in arts education, working to support quality arts learning for all students in New Hampshire by sharing information, resources and services.

A collaborative of individuals, organizations and groups with a common interest in arts education, working to support quality arts learning for all students in New Hampshire by sharing information, resources and services.

A collaborative of individuals, organizations and groups with a common interest in arts education, working to support quality arts learning for all students in New Hampshire by sharing information, resources and services.

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Voice your opinion on the Arts: Survey Open on Draft State Plan for the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA).

The New Hampshire Department of Education has released a first draft of its Consolidated State Plan for the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA). Please take some time to read through the plan and provide feedback through the online survey. The Survey will be open until June 23rd at 4:00 p.m. Suggestions for making arts-related revisions to the state plan can be found on the ESSA webpage. 
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Tracking changes in education, we are highlighting new guidelines from the US Department of Education related to the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA), reauthorized under the title of the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA). We will keep you informed to how this will impact Arts Education in NH through the Dandelion and our ESSA webpage. 

 

 

This is what STEAM in NH looks like

STEAM promotes project based learning through the integration of all subjects; teaches innovation through hands on activities, experiments, and projects; uses the Arts and design to apply 21st Century skills transforming STEM to STEAM.




Congratulations!

TEACHERS OF THE YEAR!!! The Edies recently presented their awards and several ARTS teachers were honored!
Congratulations to:

  • Distinguished Music Educator of the Year Award – Glen D’Eon
  • NH Art Educator of the Year Award – Mary Ann Lessard
  • Extended Learning Opportunity Coordinator of the Year – Dean Graziano
  • Special Education Teacher of the Year Award – Ken Fuller
  • School Librarian of the Year Award – Donna Zecha


Did you get a copy of our New Hampshire Arts Education Poster?

Email us for a free copy of this poster which celebrates the diversity of the Arts in NH.  Hang it proudly in your school! This poster was created during Youth Arts Month.

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Spring/ Summer Edition of the Dandelion Read about Arts Education across New Hampshire
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Increasing Access to Arts Education in Rural Areas 
Free archived webinar 

With nearly one-third of public elementary and secondary schools in America rural, how  do we ensure that students in these areas receive access to arts education and how can arts education help to strengthen these communities? 

 


 

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