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Taking Note: Parsing Rigor in Arts Education Studies
Steven Holochwost offers his thoughts on rigor in arts education research in a new blog post for the National Endowment for the Arts. 

Tom Wolf Develops New On-Line Courses For Philanthropy University

“I learned as much as my students did the first time around,” said Tom Wolf, who teaches three of the seven new courses Philanthropy University will offer: Introduction to Fundraising; Fundraising: Connecting with Donors; and Fundraising Strategies. Read more in "How far can online learning take local capacity building?"

A National Collaborative Evaluation of El Sistema-inspired Music Education

The Longy School of Music of Bard College and WolfBrown have formed a strategic partnership to carry out a two-year study of the benefits of El Sistema-inspired programs for children in grades K-8.

Americans for the Arts Releases New Publication Featuring Dennie Palmer Wolf

On March 11, at its Emerging Arts Leaders Symposium, Americans for the Arts released a new publication, Cyclical Mentorship in Arts Education Leadership: Insights from Emerging and Veteran Leaders.

Announcing a new Research Fellow at WolfBrown/Opportunity Lab

Dennie Wolf and Steven Holochwost welcome Kerry O'Grady, a visual artist, museum specialist, teacher, and researcher, as a 2017 Research Fellow.