Fine Arts. Curriculum & Assessment Development. Superintendents’ Symposium The Walters Art Museum September 12, 2003. Changing Educational Priorities. Visionary Panel for Better Schools. Bridge to Excellence in Public Schools Act. No Child Left Behind Act
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Curriculum & Assessment
The Walters Art Museum
September 12, 2003
Visionary Panel for Better Schools
Bridge to Excellence in Public Schools Act
No Child Left BehindAct
Elementary and Secondary Education Act - ESEA
English, reading or language arts, mathematics, science, foreign languages, civics and government, economics, arts, history, and geography
No Child Left Behind Act
Title IX of NCLB, Part A, Section 9101 (1)(D)(11)
The Fine Arts Education Advisory Panel
Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment Staff
Assessment Policy Committee
1. Develop PreK-8 voluntary state curricula (VSC) for the fine arts during 2003-2004.
Develop an Assessment Tool Kit to:
Develop a fine arts assessment for students exiting Grade 8.