Arts Education Data Project 2020-2021 Data Now Available
- Mon, Feb 14 2022 •
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2020-2021 Arts Education Data Project Data Now Available
The Arizona Arts Education Data Team are excited to share the 2020-2021 Arts Education Data Dashboard!
With intuitive controls and myriad visualization options, the Arts Education Data Explorer allows users to venture deep into the state's arts education data, exploring statewide geographic comparisons, county-/district-/school-level reporting, discipline specific access and enrollment information, and trends in enrollment over time, to name a few. This year's dashboard update also includes expanded granular detail of Arts Enrollment by demographic, including ELL, FRLP, Gender, Race/Ethnicity, and SPED.
Key Findings from the Arizona Arts Education Executive Summary for 2020-2021
- 89% of students had access to at least 1 arts discipline
- 66% of students had access to the state-required 2 arts disciplines
- 60% of students participated in arts courses
- 10.5% of students did not have access to any arts instructions (an improvement from the year prior's rate of 11.6%)
View the 2020-2021 Arts Education Data Dashboard
Prepared by Quadrant Research, the Arts Education Data Project includes school enrollment data that has been self-reported by schools across the state, both traditional public and charter schools, for grades PK-12. Self-reported data is compared with the annual October 1 Data Collection to ensure accuracy of reporting. This data validation was applied to the 2018/2019, 2019/2020, and 2020/2021 data, which is displayed on the dashboard.
Please note: The data used for the Arizona Arts Education Data Project were self-reported by districts and LEAs, therefore it may not reflect a complete account of student enrollment or access.
The Arizona Arts Education Data Project is a collaborative partnership between the Arizona Department of Education, the Arizona Commission on the Arts, and Arizona Citizens for the Arts.