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225 W 34th Street
Ste 1112

New York
New York 10122

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Programs:  Teaching and Learning

The Center for Arts Education works to address areas of deficit in the public schools.

CAE’s Teaching and Learning programs build capacity for, and improve the quality of, teaching and learning in the public schools. Each program is designed to respond to the specific areas of need existing in a school and community, serving a diverse audience of students, teachers, teaching artists, educational administrators, and parents. The programs include: seminars that provide principals and school leaders with the resources to implement arts programs in their schools, arts career readiness training and internships for high school students, an institute equipping teaching artists to work with students on the Autism spectrum, a multi-media project that disseminates best practices in arts education, and an innovative school reform model program that works with arts-deficient middle schools to institute sustainable arts programming.


The Center for Arts Education is dedicated to ensuring that New York City public school students have quality arts learning as an essential part of their K-12 education. In addition to its capacity-building programs, CAE provides information and resources that demonstrate the benefits of and need for arts education as part of a quality, balanced education. CAE works to:

  • Raise awareness of the value of arts learning for every child.
  • Increase public consciousness about the need for equitable arts education opportunities in the New York City public schools.
  • Provide tools and support for educators, parents, elected officials, and others to advocate for and institute equitable education that includes the arts.
  • Influence educational and fiscal policies that will support arts education in all of the city''s public schools.

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When I first started teaching at PS 206K, the Joseph F. Lamb School in Brooklyn, there was no music program. I despaired as to how we could introduce instruments into our school, since although I am a certified Music teacher, I had no expertise in strings. A Project Arts Coordinator suggested I ... more »
We were awarded a PAAP grant by CAE a couple of years ago to do a photography workshop with parents at our school. The entire experience was transformative. Maybe one of the best parts about it was receiving a huge amount of guidance from CAE on how to make the project successful and run smoothly... more »
Working closely with the Center for Arts Education, I see the impact of their work in New York City and nationally through groundbreaking policy research and advocacy. This organization has done more to advance the field of arts education than any other I am familiar with over the last two years... more »
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