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Resolution to Adopt the Declaration of the Rights of All Students to Equity in Arts Learning

 

acknowledges  that  arts  learning  

 which  includes  dance,  music,  theatre,  

and  visual  and  media  arts  

 is  an  essential  part  of  a  comprehensive  education  for  all  students,  p

re-K-12,  

to  prepare  them  for  college,  career  and  life

Newsletter for Organizations to Send to their Members a nd Networks

 

All  California  students  deserve  to  have  access  to  quality

 arts  education  to  provide  them  with  the  skills  

they  need  to  succeed  in  college,  career  and  life.    

State-Arts-Agency-Grant-Making-and-Funding-Summary-Report-1.pdf

 

State arts agencies provide a wide array of citizen services, including public 

information, partnership building, technical assistance, 

and 

research and planning. 

Among the most important of 

these services is grant making: 


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Declaration Of Rights to Equity in ARTS

Declaration of the Rights of All Students to Equity in Arts


CREATE CA defines EQUITY in Arts Education* as the right of every student
to engage and succeed in powerful, high quality, standards-based arts
learning PreK-12. All students from every race, culture, language background,
geographic region, and socio-economic level must have the opportunity to
fully develop their own artistic, cultural, and linguistic heritage while expanding
opportunities to study and explore artistic expressions across different cultures
and time periods.
*We define arts education to include courses of study and
interdisciplinary learning in dance, music, theatre, and visual and media arts,
aligned with the State Standards and reflecting the provisions of the California
State Education Code.
1.
The right to equitable access to PreK-12 free, coherent, and sequential
standards-based arts learning that is part of the core curriculum and that
provides both integrated and discrete visual and performing arts learning
opportunities; and the right to equitable outcomes as a result of this access,
without distinction on account of race, culture, language, religion, national
origin, geographical location, or legal status.
I
have the right to participate and succeed in high-quality courses in all the arts
disciplines as part of my basic education, regardless of my background, culture,
language or place of residence.  

2. 

The right to special protection for every student’s artistic and aesthetic 

development. The right to protection from policies and practices that exclude 

or preclude certain students or populations from equitable access to and 

success in powerful and coherent arts learning PreK-12.

have the same right to fully develop my creative potential at every grade 

level and not be excluded for any reason. 

3.

The right to arts learning that is culturally and linguistically responsive 

and relevant, with attention to those populations that have traditionally been 

excluded or precluded, such as English Learners, students of color, foster 

youth, homeless youth, students in poverty, migrant students, and special 

needs students. 

I

have the right to engage in arts education that reflects, respects and builds 

on my culture, language and background. 

4. 

The right to arts learning programs in every school, district, and 

community that are funded and supported with the necessary resources, 

including qualified administrators, teachers, teaching artists, and other staff, 

adequate materials, and appropriate facilities to support powerful culturally 

and linguistically responsive arts learning. 

I

have the right to receive the resources I need to be successful in my arts 

studies in dance, music, theatre, media and visual arts, including the proper 

supplies and facilities, and especially qualified teachers and curriculum that 

honor all cultures and languages.

5.

 The right to educators, leaders, and parents/community who are 

knowledgeable about the intrinsic and extrinsic benefits of arts learning for 

individual students, families/communities, the nation, and global society.

have the right to be supported by leaders in my community and school 

who understand the benefits of an arts education to prepare me for college, 

career and life. 

6. 

The right to be brought up in school and community environments that 

value and protect the arts and equity as essential to the full development of 

every student, and that demonstrate those values/beliefs in their public 

policies and practices. 

I

have the right to learn and practice the arts in a positive environment where 

everyone understands and acts on the knowedge that I am engaging in 

valuable and important work.

M

odel School Board Resolution and Communication toolkit available at

www.createca.net

(Declaration of Student Rights)

Resolution to Adopt the Declaration of the Rights of All Students to Equity in Arts Learning

 

1  

Resolution  to  Adopt  the  Declaration  of  the  Rights  of  All  Students  to  

Equity  in  Arts  Learning  

WHEREAS,  [Organization  name]  acknowledges  that  arts  learning  

 which  includes  dance,  music,  theatre,  

and  visual  and  media  arts  

 is  an  essential  part  of  a  comprehensive  education  for  all  students,  p

re

-K-

12

,  

to  prepare  them  for  college,  career  and  life.  

WHEREAS,  arts  learning  promotes  critical  thinking  and  problem-solving

 skills,  supports  overall  academic  

achievement  and  nurtures  skills  that  help  all  students  in  [Organization  Name]

 succeed  in  school  and  in  

life.  

WHEREAS  [Organization  Name]  recognizes  that  particular  groups  of  students  ex

perience  significant  

barriers  to  access,  participation  and  success  in  arts  learning  and  that  these

 barriers  are  directly  linked  to  

historical,  persistent  and  pervasive  inequities  in  our  educational  system.  

WHEREAS,  we  do  adopt  this  declaration  as  follows:    

Declaration  of  the  Rights  of  All  Students  to  Equity  in  Arts  Lear

ning  

1.

The  right  to  equitable  access  to  p

re

-K-12  free,  coherent  and  sequential  standards-based  arts  

learning  that  is  part  of  the  core  curriculum  and  that  provides  both

 integrated  and  discrete  visual  

and  performing  arts  learning  opportunities;  and  the  right  to  equitable  o

utcomes  as  a  result  of  

this  access,  without  distinction  on  account  of  race,  culture,  lan

guage,  religion,  national  origin,  

geographical  location  or  legal  status.    

Every  student  has  the  right  to  participate  and  succeed  in  hig

h-quality  courses  in  all  the  arts  

disciplines  as  part  of  their  basic  education,  regardless  of  their

 background,  culture,  language  or  

place  of  residence.    

2.

The  right  to  special  protection  for  every  student

s  artistic  and  aesthetic  development.    

The  right  to  protection  from  policies  and  practices  that  exclude  

or  preclude  certain  students  or  

populations  from  equitable  access  to  and  success  in  powerful  and  coherent  arts  l

earning  p

re

-K-

12.

All  students  have  the  same  right  to  fully  develop  their  creati

ve  potential  at  every  grade  level  and  

to  not  be  excluded  for  any  reason

.    

3.

The  right  to  arts  learning  that  is  culturally  and  linguistically  

responsive  and  relevant,  with  

particular  attention  to  those  populations  that  have  traditionally  

been  excluded  or  precluded,  

such  as  English  Learners,  students  of  color,  foster  youth,  homeless  youth,  s

tudents  in  poverty,  

migrant  students  and  special  needs  students.    

2  

All  students  have  the  right  to  engage  in  arts  education  that  

reflects,  respects  and  builds  on  their  

culture,  language  and  background.    

4.

The  right  to  arts  learning  programs  in  every  school,  district  and  co

mmunity  that  are  funded  and  

supported  with  the  necessary  resources  

 including  qualified  administrators,  teachers,  teaching  

artists  and  other  staff;  adequate  materials;  and  appropriate  facilities  

 to  support  powerful  

culturally  and  linguistically  responsive  arts  learning.  

All  students  have  the  right  to  receive  the  resources  they  need  to  

be  successful  in  their  arts  studies  

in  dance,  music,  theatre,  

and  

media  and  visual  arts,  including  the  right  supplies  and  faci

lities  and  

especially  qualified  teachers  and  curriculum  that  honors  all  

cultures  and  languages.  

5.

The  right  to  educators,  leaders  and  parents/community  who  are  knowledgeable  about  th

e  

intrinsic  and  extrinsic  benefits  of  arts  learning  for  individual  students,  fam

ilies/communities,  the  

nation  and  global  society.  

All  students  have  the  right  to  be  supported  by  leaders  in  their

 community  and  school  who  

understand  the  benefits  of  an  arts  education  to  prepare  them  fo

r  college,  career  and  life

.  

6.

The  right  to  be  brought  up  in  school  and  community  environment

s  that  value  and  protect  the  

arts  and  equity  as  essential  to  the  full  development  of  every  student  and  that

 demonstrate  

those  values/beliefs  in  their  public  policies  and  practices.

All  students  have  the  right  to  learn  and  practice  the  arts  in

 a  positive  environment  where  

everyone  understands  and  acts  on  the  knowledge  that  they  are  engag

ing  in  valuable  and  

important  work.  

THEREFORE,  BE  IT  RESOLVED,  that  the  [Organization  Name]  recognizes  th

e  powerful  impact  that  an  arts  

curriculum  has  in  the  cognitive  and  social  development  of  students  

and  its  role  as  an  essential  

component  of  a  comprehensive  education;  

THEREFORE,  BE  

IT

 FURTHER  RESOLVED,  that  the  [Organization    Name]  board  of  directors  ado

pts  this  

Declaration  and  commits  to  taking  the  following  actions:    

{Note:  School  boards  select  which  actions  they  will  take  and  can  

add  others  as  they  see  fit}  

Post  the  Arts  Equity  Champion  badge  on  the  organization

s  

website  and  social  media  channels.

Review  our  organization

s  arts  education  programs  to  analyze  how  those  programs  support  and  

encourage  equity  and  access  to  arts  education  for  every  student.    

Use  the  

California  Arts  Education  

Da

ta  Project

 findings  to  explore  establishing  a  strategic  arts  

plan  that  will  help  our  organization  effectively  partner  with  school  d

istricts  to  achieve  and  fulfill  

the  Declaration  of  the  Rights  of  All  Students  to  Equity  in  Arts  Learni

ng.    

Dedicate  appropriate  resources  

 such  as  utilizing  academic  materials  that  align  with  state  

standards,  and  partnering  with  school  districts  to  implement  their  strategi

c  arts  plans  that  allow  

ALL  students  to  participate  in  visual  and  performing  arts  learning.      

Promote  arts  learning  that  honors  all  cultures  and  languages  by  developin

g  staff  capacities,  

identifying  community  resources  and  creating  opportunities  for  students  to

 contribute  to  the  

design  of  their  learning.    

Give customers a reason to do business with you. Template Newsletter for Organizations to Send to their Members a nd Networks

 

Dear  [ORGANIZATION  MEMBER  NAME

],

All  California  students  deserve  to  have  access  to  quality

 arts  education  to  provide  them  with  the  skills  

they  need  to  succeed  in  college,  career  and  life.    

Arts  learning  is  an  essential  component  of  a  comprehensive  education.  Appreci

ating  and  understanding  

the  arts  promotes  critical  thinking,  tolerance  and  empathy  and  suppor

ts  overall  academic  achievement  

throughout  p

re

-K-12  and  beyond.  Arts  education  is  associated  with  higher  attendance  rat

es  and  

graduation  rates,  and  improved  test  scores  and  achievement  in  English  langu

age  arts,  literacy  and  math  

skills.    

For  these  reasons,

we  request  that  you  ask  your  school  board  to  adopt  the  Dec

laration  of  the  Rights  of  

All  Students  to  Equity  in  Arts  Learning

,  which  outlines  all  students

 right  to  have  access  to  high-quality  

public  arts  education,  regardless  of  their  background,  culture,  language  or  

geographic  location.  Create  

CA  will  recognize  your  district  on  its  statewide  map  of  Arts  Equi

ty  Districts.  

Your  district  can  take  steps  toward  fulfilling  the  Declaration  

through  one  or  more  of  the  following  

actions:    

Posting  the  Arts  Equity  District  badge  on  the  district

s  website  and  social  media  channels.

Asking  staff  members  to  encourage  students  to  participate  in  arts  education  as  

part  of  their  

classes  and  through  visual  and  media  arts,  music,  dance  and  theatre  arts  courses.

Understanding  and  analyzing  the  district

s  

secondary  school  data  in  the  

California  Arts  Education  

Data  Project

 and  reporting  the  findings  at  a  board  meeting.  

Using  the  data  project  findings  to  support  the  establishment  of  a  strateg

ic  arts  plan  to  achieve  

the  Declaration

s  goals.    

Dedicating  appropriate  resources  to  support  genuine  arts  engagement,  production

 and  

appreciation  

 such  as  using  academic  materials  that  align  with  state  standards,  creating  or  

adding  staff  positions  and  providing  suitable  facilities  that  allow  stu

dents  to  participate  in  visual  

and  performing  arts,  music  and  associated  arts  education.      

Promoting  arts  learning  that  honors  all  cultures  and  languages  by  devel

oping  staff  capacities,  

identifying  community  resources  and  creating  opportunities  for  students  to

 contribute  to  the  

design  of  their  learning.  

By  

adopting  the  Declaration,  your  district  will  demonstrate  its  c

ommitment  to  ensure  all  students  

have  the  right  to  develop  their  creative  and  academic  po

tential

 and  that  your  schools  nurture  the  skills  

to  prepare  students  for  the  21

st

 century  workforce.    

To  learn  more

,  

visit  

createca.net

 and  click  the  link  for  the  Declaration  of  Student  Rights.