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The Wallace Foundation Video Series on Afterschool Arts Programs

In a new video series released by The Wallace Foundation, scholars, researchers, and leaders of afterschool arts programs offer ways in which afterschool arts efforts can attract and retain young people ages 10-13. These experts are also featured in Something to Say, a report on arts engagement based on more than 200 interviews with tweens, their families, and experts in the field. In addition to insights from tweens themselves, the report includes 10 principles of success for arts programs to follow.

  • Date Posted

    June 1, 2014

  • Author

    Keith Mancuso

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