California County Superintendents Educational Services Association

For The Reinvigorating Arts Education In California Project

  • Amount
    $700,000
  • Program
  • Date Awarded
    7/19/2010
  • Term
    24 Months
  • Type of Support
    Project
Overview
CCSESA's statewide arts education initiative, funded by the Hewlett Foundation since its inception in 2006, works to strengthen and expand arts education in California public schools as part of a comprehensive core curriculum. Renewed support would enable CCSESA to continue to build leadership capacity within its networks of county offices of education in order to implement arts in the curriculum, with regional leads in each of the eleven regions in the state. CCSESA will also continue providing assessment and programmatic support for schools while increasing public information and visibility of the status of arts education at every level through advocacy efforts, partnership-building, and strategic communications.
About the Grantee
Grantee Website
www.ccsesa.org 
Address
1121 L Street, Suite 510, Sacramento, CA, 95814-3943, United States
Grants to this Grantee
for strategic planning  
California County Superintendents Educational Services Association (CCSESA) represents the 58 county superintendents and county offices of education staff who provide leadership and service to all of California’s 1,000 school districts and 6.5 million students. CCSESA’s statewide arts education initiative, funded by the Hewlett Foundation since its inception in 2006, works to strengthen and expand arts education in California public schools as part of a comprehensive core curriculum. Its county and regional lead model has gained traction throughout the state as an effective way to build learning communities and provide professional development and curriculum tools to educators. Support for CCSESA’s strategic planning efforts will enable them to bring together regional and state leaders in a facilitated process over four days in Summer 2013 to develop key professional development modules focused on infusing the impending Common Core State Standards with the arts.
for the Reinvigorating Arts Education in California project  
California County Superintendents Educational Services Association (CCSESA) represents the fifty-eight county superintendents and county offices of education staff that provide leadership and service to all of California’s 1,000 school districts and 6.5 million students. CCSESA’s statewide arts education initiative, funded since its inception in 2006 by the Hewlett Foundation, works to strengthen and expand arts education in California public schools as part of a comprehensive core curriculum. Its regional lead model has gained traction throughout the state as an effective way to build learning communities and provide professional development and curriculum tools to educators. Renewed support would enable CCSESA to continue building leadership capacity within its networks of county offices of education in order to implement arts in the curriculum, with regional leads in each of California’s eleven regions. CCSESA also intends to keep providing assessment and programmatic support to schools and increasing public awareness of the status of arts education at every level through advocacy efforts, partnership building, and strategic communications.
for support of Creativity at the Core  
California County Superintendents Educational Services Association (CCSESA) represents the fifty-eight county superintendents and county offices of education staff that provide leadership and service to California’s one thousand school districts and 6.5 million students. The Association’s statewide arts education initiative works to strengthen and expand arts education in California public schools, and its regional lead model has gained traction throughout the state as an effective way to provide professional development and curriculum tools to educators. Renewed support for Creativity at the Core, developed in partnership with the California Arts Council, would deepen teaching and learning through the arts, as aligned with the new Common Core State Standards.

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