InSEA Advocacy Documents
Lisbon letter , 17-11-2015
Letter from InSEA to the European Parliament
InSEA Response to 2016 Education Report Consultation (04-02-2014)
These letters endorse the standpoints of arts teachers who share a commitment to include the arts as a vital part of all education reforms.
Joint Advocacy Papers
Joint Declaration of the International Drama/Theatre and Education Association (IDEA), International Society for Education through Art (InSEA), and the International Society for Music Education (ISME) dated March 6, 2006.
In 2012, a group of art education researchers spearheaded an international survey of art educators. InSEA would like to thank Melody Milbrandt, Teresa Eca, Kevin Hsieh and Ryan Shin for their commitment to art education and InSEA. This report begins to help us understand how art educators perceive art education in their countries and around the world. Should you wish to contact the researchers feel free to contact Melody Milbrandt email@example.com
Advocacy Papers From InSEA Affilliates:
SEE WHITE PAPER FROM NIGERIA: Nurturing Creativity in Every Child: the Role of Art by Prince Olusegun Michael, Adeniyi
Carta de Buenos Aires. CONSEJO LATINOAMERICANO DE EDUCACION POR EL ARTE: “QUÉ ARTE PARA QUÉ EDUCACIÓN”. Conclusions of the CLEA congress in Buenos Aires, August 2014 ( Spanish language)
A SURVIVAL KIT FOR ART EDUCATORS
Survival Kit : Developed by C3 group . Presented in the InSEA Lisbon Congress, July 2015. Please download and use it for your best convenience. With the support of ‘Liter21, grupo de investigación de la Universidade de Santiago de Compostela’
Survival Kit – Weeds: Developed by Ana Angelica Albano ( Brazil) . Presented in USSEA Congress , july 2015.
Articles and News Stories:
Upitis, R. (2011). Arts education for the development of the whole child. Toronto: Elementary Teachers’ Federation of Ontario.
Bodilly, S., & Augustine, C. with Zakaras, L. (2008). Revitalizing Arts Education Through Community-Wide Coordination. RAND Corporation.
Mendels, P. (2008). From Hip-Hop to Shakespeare: Dallas Blazes “Coordinated” Trail in Arts Education for City Young People. The Wallace Foundation.
Zakaras, L. & Lowell, J. (2008). Cultivating Demand for the Arts: Arts Learning, Arts Engagement, and State Arts Policy, RAND Corporation.
McCarthy, K., Ondaatje, E., Zakaras, L, & Brooks, A. (2005). Gifts of the Muse – Reframing the Debate About the Benefits of the Arts. RAND Corporation.