The Elementary and Secondary Education Relief act (ESSER) provides new opportunities for funding theatre education post-pandemic. Learn how to make a case for your program.
Arts education must remain central to a well-rounded education and fully funded to support the well-being of all students and the entire school community. Join a national campaign to secure funding for arts education in 2021-22.
Adaptable documents, presentations, research, fact sheets, and templates designed to support your individual advocacy needs at the state, district, and school-based level.
Policy statements, research, and other useful advocacy content, including the Arts Education Is Essential statement signed by more than 70 national organizations.
The ALN is EdTA’s volunteer-led source for updates and support in your state or region. Meet the chapter representatives from across the country.
ALN-created resources, including case studies of advocacy success, slide decks, and a guide to creating your own arts advocacy day.
Guidelines to minimize risks and ensure students’ and teachers’ safety, while providing them with quality theatre experiences in the COVID-19 era.
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