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Guide to ESSA

EdTA’s ESSA Guide to Theatre Education Opportunities The authorization of a new version of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act ushered in a new era regarding the role of the federal government in administering education in the United States. The new law, entitled the Every Student...

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Theatre in Our Schools

Theatre In Our Schools Throughout March, Theatre in Our Schools (TIOS) month, join thousands of students and theatre educators in raising awareness about the impact of theatre education, drawing attention to the need for more access for all students, and supporting school theatre programs in...

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Standards Resources

Welcome to the Educational Theatre Association’s Core Theatre Standards Instructional Resource page. From here, you can link to several downloadable tools: Theatre Educator PRO is the new online home for EdTA professional development tools. Participate in webinars and earn...

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Projects and issues

Projects and Issues The National Coalition for Core Arts Standards NCCAS is a partnership of nine national arts and education organizations (including EdTA) that are committed to developing a next generation of voluntary, researched-based arts education standards. The new standards will...

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Local Advocacy Most decisions about theatre in the school curriculum are made at the local level by principals, superintendents, and school boards. Getting started Establish a positive and open communication channel with your school administrators. Make a point to learn when your...

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State Advocacy The Educational Theatre Association’s network of state-based organizations provides the foundation for strong advocacy through the coordinated efforts of our chapter directors and individual chapter leadership. Getting started Download the EdTA Statement of Educator Support...