Arts in Education Library
Arts|Learning houses articles on the efficacy of education through the arts, such as those listed below. These arts education articles and many more are available at New Horizons for Learning.
- Berger, R. Building a School Culture of High Standards. Washington, D.C.: Council on the Arts in the Basic Curriculum.
- Berger, R. Appendix II
- Fulbright, H. The Arts at the Heart of Learning. Washington, D.C.: Council on the Arts in the Basic Curriculum.
- Oddleifson, E. (May 18, 1995). Boston Public Schools as Arts-Integrated Learning Organizations: Developing a high standard of culture for all. An address to the Council of Elementary Principals Meeting.
- Oddleifson, E. The Case for the Arts. In Context: A Quarterly of Humane Sustainable Culture, #27. Winter, 1991. Pp. 46.
- Oddleifson, E. A Fifty School Arts Education Demonstration Project. New Horizons for Learning's On The Beam. Vol. XI, No.1. Fall, 1990. Pp. 4-5: 251.
- Oddleifson, E. (August, 1996). The Necessary Role of the Arts in Education and Society. Hingham, MA: Council on the Arts in the Basic Curriculum.
- Oddleifson, E. (November 5, 1996). To Perceive and to Imagine: Unleashing the talent and energy of teachers and students. Keynote address at The Balanced Mind Curriculum Conference. C.W. Post Campus, Long Island University, Brookville, NY.
- Perrin, S. (Winter, 2004). Arts and the Psychological Growth of Adolescents. Independent School Magazine, National Association of Independent Schools.
- Perrin, S. (1992). The Arts are Nice, But... Natick, MA: Walnut Hill School.
- Perrin, S. Education Through the Arts in Secondary Schools. Natick, MA: Walnut Hill School.
- Perrin, S. (December 6, 1999). Respect. Natick, MA: Walnut Hill School.
- Perrin, S. (December 6, 2000). Transfer or Transformation: The impact of the arts on learning. Presented as part of the John Landrum Bryant Lecture Series Harvard Graduate School of Education, Cambridge, MA.