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An earlier version of this piece was published as part of Americans for the Arts’ “Broadening and Diversifying the Leadership Pipeline” blog salon for National Arts in Education Week 2018. Mentor Perspective: Dennie Palmer Wolf I have half a century of work … Continue reading

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In January Hamilton arrived in San Diego on a leg of its US tour and I was finally able to experience what everyone has been talking about. I wasn’t sure what to expect. I hadn’t had time to listen to … Continue reading

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I recently had the opportunity to speak to a group of students who had been enrolled in a music education program in middle school, and who had gone on to continue making music in high school. In the course of … Continue reading

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For years we have known that early childhood is at once the most rapid and most vulnerable period of human development outside the womb. That was the realization at the heart of Head Start programs as far back as the … Continue reading

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