Tomorrow, April 2: GIA Web Conference on Arts Education with Alex Nock

Registration is still open for the next installment of GIA's 2012 Web Conference Series. Arts Education: Local Impact of Federal Policy, presented by Alex Nock, executive vice president at Penn Hill Group, a Washington, D.C.-based education policy firm. The webinar begins tomorrow, April 3, at 11:00 PDT, 2:00 EDT. Nock will report on the progress of federal-level arts education policy development, providing an update on potential opportunities and impacts at the local level. Register here.

This year, Grantmakers in the Arts formed the Arts Education Funders Coalition, a group of funders concerned with the inequities of our public education system and determined that their investments should not be undermined by federal policy that ignores those inequities. Working with Penn Hill Group, the Coalition will identify opportunities and policies to enhance arts education at the federal level. To learn more about the Coalition and to join, visit the Coalition webpage.

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