Stanford’s Gardner Center: Arts Education Important to Child Development

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Art in Action is thrilled to be featured in a John W. Gardner Center for Youth and Their Communities Perspective by Erin Raab, a doctoral candidate at the Stanford Graduate School of Education.  Raab, who is working on the Art in Action project at the Gardner Center, argues that an arts education develops a range of important habits of mind for students.

Results of their Art in Action study will be released later this year and will be used to help us reach many more kids with the important habits and skills like those featured in this article.


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