TITLE I, II, II, IV FUNDING FOR ARTS INTEGRATION
Did you know you can use Title I, II, III, and IV funds to bring artists and arts-integration programs into your school or classroom?
Yes, indeed, as long as you are doing any of the following:
Improving instruction and student engagement in academic subjects by expanding high-quality arts-integration courses
Providing hands-on learning opportunities in arts-integration with solutions that support inquiry-based and active learning
Integrating other academic subjects into arts-based subject programs
Creating or enhancing arts specialty schools
Integrating classroom-based, afterschool, and arts-integration instruction
Contact the administrator at your school in charge of the funds to determine how best to achieve your Education goals. Use our Research guides to make the case for arts-based learning for your students.
Review of Evidence: Arts Integration Research Through the Lens of the Every Student Succeeds Act
Mayor's Art Scholarship - Houston Arts Partners
Students in grades 11 and 12 in public high schools and public charter schools are invited to participate.
Visit the Houston Arts Partners website to learn more. Deadline: February (annual)
RESEARCH, ARTICLES and PUBLICATION RESOURCES
A Districtwide Commitment to Arts Integration
Eileen Mackin, Robert Mackin, John Obremski, and Katherine McKie
Arts Education in Public Schools
U.S. Department of Education
Direct Instruction vs. Arts Integration: A False Dichotomy
Revitalizing Arts Education Through Community-Wide Coordination
Susan Bodilly, Catherine Augustine, and Laura Zakaras
Developing Early Literacies through the Arts
Chicago Arts Partnerships in Education
Arts-Based Programs and Arts Therapies for At-Risk, Justice-Involved, and Traumatized Youths
Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention
Arts, Prisons, and Rehabilitation
Americans for the Arts
STEM and STEAM: A Guide for Women, Minorities, and Persons with Disabilities
College of Engineering and Computer Science
Selected Findings from a Longitudinal Study of Partnering Arts, Communities, & Education (PACE): 2015-2018
F. Robert Sabol, Ph.D.
STEAM Resources and Lesson Ideas: Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics
Full STEAM Ahead - OER Website
National Education Association:
*Every Young Audiences of Houston program includes a Curriculum Connections Guide, please download them in our Program section to use pre-and-post all programs.