The Round Table Advisory Committee (RTAC) for Arts Education is a group that strives to advise ADE on the needs, concerns, and opportunities in our Arts Education community statewide. Membership is open to all, including educators, administrators, community organizations, and more.
The goals of RTAC are to:
• Represent Arts Education from around ALL communities in Arizona
• Meet quarterly in various geographic areas and providing digital access
• Guide the ADE Arts Specialists on all areas of Arts education in our state
Questions about RTAC? Email [email protected]. We look forward to seeing you at our next meeting.
Exemplary Arts Schools Program
The Exemplary Arts Schools program was created by the Round Table Advisory Committee for AZ Arts Education to recognize Arizona Schools who are providing excellent arts education programs across the state by providing exemplary access to multiple artistic disciplines, demonstrating robust student participation in programs, and striving to grow arts enrollment in the previous school year.
Based on the above criteria and using from the Arizona Arts Education Data Project, schools received a designation of developing, bronze, silver or gold for the 2019-2020 School Year.
Please note: The data used for the Arizona Arts Education Data Project were self-reported by Districts and LEAs and, therefore, may not reflect a complete account of student enrollment or access
Our second annual free professional development for Arts and Physical Education teachers will explore relevant resources and best practices specific to physical education, dance, music, media arts, theatre, and visual arts education. Training would take place live via the Zoom platform and feature keynotes, closing by ADE staff, and four concurrent break-out sessions. This event will coincide with National Arts in Education Week.
SEADAE is proud to present Equity in Arts Education: Cultivating SEL for Arts Educators, Supervisors, and Administrators, a three-part learning series. We invite you join us for sessions on August 11, August 18, and September 15, 2021.