On Board Online • April 8, 2019
By Gayle Simidian
By participating in arts education partnerships, elementary and middle school students in the Houston Independent School District improved writing ability, displayed more concern for others and had fewer disciplinary problems, according to a new study by researchers at Texas A&M and the University of Missouri.
The study is the first to examine the casual effects of school-community art collaborations in an educational environment.Read the entire article>>
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