ARTS MAKE SCHOOLS BETTER
Baltimore City Schools and the Baltimore Arts Education Initiative are proud to share a new arts education strategic plan. With a focus on equity, the arts education plan seeks to ensure every City Schools student has access to visual art, music, theater and dance each year.
Please join City Schools CEO Dr. Sonja Brookins Santelises and Chief Academic Officer Sean Conley for a town hall-style presentation and discussion on the future of the arts in our schools.
Town Hall: Baltimore Arts Education Initiative
Monday, May 14, 6:00-8:00 p.m.
Dorothy I. Height Elementary School
2011 Linden Ave, Baltimore, MD 21217
About the Baltimore Arts Education Initiative
The Baltimore City Public Schools arts education plan was developed over the past six months by the Baltimore Arts Education Initiative (BAEI), a collaborative process led by Baltimore City Public Schools and Arts Every Day and funded by Art Works: Collective Impact grant from the National Endowment for the Arts and the T. Rowe Price Foundation. More than 100 educators, arts and community organizations, parents, students, school and district administrators worked together on several committees to create the plan. Listening Sessions, facilitated by the Baltimore Office of Promotion and the Arts’ Youth Arts Council in several locations around the city, provided opportunities for youth, parents, and community members to contribute to the process.