Solano County Office of Education

For The Visual And Performing Arts Program

  • Amount
    $96,000
  • Program
  • Date Awarded
    11/5/2019
  • Term
    36 Months
  • Type of Support
    General Support/Program
Strategies
Overview
The Solano County Office of Education supports six school districts and 63,000 students in a diverse county located within the Performing Arts Program’s grantmaking region. A strong proponent of California’s Visual and Performing Arts standards, the County Office partners with other organizations to advocate for the standards and provide professional development to educators in their use of arts-integrated instruction. Funding will kick off county-wide arts education strategic planning, as well as expand the professional development program begun in the last grant period in partnership with the Alameda County Office of Education (a Hewlett Foundation grantee).
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5100 Business Center Drive, Fairfield, CA, 94534, United States
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for the visual and performing arts program  
The Solano County Office of Education supports six school districts and 63,000 students in a diverse county located within the Performing Arts Program’s grantmaking region. A strong proponent of California’s Visual and Performing Arts standards, the County Office partners with other organizations to advocate for the standards and provide professional development to educators in their use of arts-integrated instruction. Funding will kick off county-wide arts education strategic planning, as well as expand the professional development program begun in the last grant period in partnership with the Alameda County Office of Education (a Hewlett Foundation grantee).
for the Integrated Learning Specialist Program  
The Solano County Office of Education supports six school districts and 63,000 students in a diverse county located within the Performing Arts Program’s grantmaking region. A strong proponent of California’s Visual and Performing Art standards, the County Office partners with other organizations to advocate for the standards and provide professional development to educators in their use in arts-integrated instruction. This grant will be utilized to subsidize the cost to teachers of participating in the Integrated Learning Specialist Program, which will be provided in Solano County by Alameda County Office of Education (a Hewlett grantee), and to develop its own capacity to deliver the training in the future.
for arts education strategic planning and professional development  
The Solano County Office of Education supports six school districts and 63,000 students in a diverse county located within the Performing Arts Program’s grantmaking region. A strong proponent of California’s Visual and Performing Arts standards, the County Office partners with other organizations to advocate for the standards and provide professional development to educators in their use in arts-integrated instruction. Increased funding will kick off county-wide arts education strategic planning, as well as expand the professional development program begun in the last grant period (a partnership with the Alameda County Office of Education, also a Hewlett grantee).

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