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Cohort Study of Arts Participation and Academic Performance. Florida Cultural Alliance November 14, 2012 . Kathleen D. Sanz Ph.D., President/CEO [email protected] Cohort Study of Arts Participation and Academic Performance. Overview of Analysis.

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cohort study of arts participation and academic performance
Cohort Study of Arts Participation and Academic Performance

Florida Cultural Alliance

November 14, 2012

Kathleen D. Sanz Ph.D., President/CEO

[email protected]

overview of analysis
Overview of Analysis

All Students participating in arts-related classes:

  • Stay in school
  • Have higher graduation rates
  • Less likely to drop out of school
  • Perform higher in academic areas such as mathematics, reading and writing
  • Achieve higher scores on standardized tests such as the SAT and the FCAT
cohort studies of arts participation and academic performance
Cohort Studies of Arts Participation and Academic Performance
  • 2007-2008 Cohort Study included

188,859 12th Grade Students

  • 2010-2011 Cohort Study included

197,933 12th Grade Students

2007 2008 cohort study fine arts enrollment dance music theatre visual arts
2007-2008 Cohort StudyFine Arts EnrollmentDance Music Theatre Visual Arts
  • Information was based on 188,859 12th Grade Students
  • For the general population, the more arts classes taken, the higher the student achievement in all measures.
  • For students on “free and reduced lunch” an indicator of socioeconomic levels, the more arts classes taken, the higher the student achievement in all measures.
  • For students divided by ethnicity, the more arts classes taken, the higher the student achievement in all measures
  • The more arts classes taken, the less likely a student is to dropout of the cohort group.
2010 2011 cohort study fine arts enrollment dance music theatre visual arts
2010-2011 Cohort StudyFine Arts EnrollmentDance Music Theatre Visual Arts
  • Information Based on 197,932 12th Grade students
  • Overall increase in the number of 12th grade students taking arts-related classes
  • Marked increase in the number of students qualifying for free-reduced lunch in arts-related classes
  • Overall increase in the number of students graduating with a standard high school diploma who took an arts-related class
2010 2011 cohort study fine arts enrollment dance music theatre visual arts1
2010-2011 Cohort StudyFine Arts EnrollmentDance Music Theatre Visual Arts

GPA – Grade point averages—Bright futures criteria against the cumulative state grade point average, GPA scores for students taking arts-related class remain stable indicating students not meeting bright futures criteria benefit as much with taking art-related courses as those meeting bright futures.

2010 2011 cohort study fine arts enrollment dance music theatre visual arts2
2010-2011 Cohort StudyFine Arts EnrollmentDance Music Theatre Visual Arts
  • The number of students taking the SAT who were enrolled in arts-related classes increased.
  • Mathematics and verbal scores on the SAT remain stable even with the increased number of students.
  • SAT scores for both mathematics and verbal exams continue to show a trend that SAT scores improve as students take more arts-related credits.
  • Analysis of free and reduced lunch and race data, indicated that students enrolled in 4 or more courses scored higher on SAT mathematics and verbal than those not taking arts-related classes.
2010 2011 cohort study fine arts enrollment dance music theatre visual arts3
2010-2011 Cohort StudyFine Arts EnrollmentDance Music Theatre Visual Arts
  • FCAT comparisons for reading, mathematics and writing remain stable between the two cohort studies
  • Students scoring at Level 3 or better on all FCAT reading, mathematics and writing demonstrate continued benefits for all student groups.
  • Data comparing students receiving free-reduced lunch and race reflect the overall comparisons regarding FCAT scores and benefits.
slide10

Cumulative GPA

Mean GPA For Students Statewide: 2010-2011

Mean GPA (unweighted)

Arts Credits Taken

slide11

Bright FuturesGPA

Mean GPA For Bright Futures Students Statewide: 2010-2011

Mean GPA (unweighted)

Arts Credits Taken

slide12

Comparative GPA

Mean GPA For Bright Futures Students vs. Not Bright Futures

Visual Art

Dance

Music

Theatre

slide13

Graduating With Diploma

Percentage of Students Graduating With Standard High School Diploma: 2010-2011

Arts Credits Taken

slide14

Student Drop-Out Rate

Percentage of Students Omitted From Standard High School Diploma: 2010-2011

Arts Credits Taken

slide15

Low Socio-Economic GPA

Mean GPA For Students On Free/Reduced Price Lunch: 2010-2011

Mean GPA

Arts Credits Taken

slide16

12th Grade Arts Enrollment

Students Taking Arts Credits By Race: White

Statewide Cumulative GPA

Bright Futures GPA

Visual Art

Dance

Theatre

Music

slide17

Cumulative GPA: Visual Art

GPA By Race for Students Taking Visual Art Credits: 2010-2011

Statewide Cumulative GPA

Bright Futures GPA

Mean GPA

Mean GPA

Hispanic

White

Black

slide18

Cumulative GPA: Dance

GPA By Race for Students Taking Dance Credits: 2010-2011

Statewide Cumulative GPA

Bright Futures GPA

Mean GPA

Mean GPA

Hispanic

White

Black

slide19

Cumulative GPA: Theatre

GPA By Race for Students Taking Theatre Credits: 2010-2011

Statewide Cumulative GPA

Bright Futures GPA

Mean GPA

Mean GPA

Hispanic

White

Black

slide20

Cumulative GPA: Music

GPA By Race for Students Taking Music Credits: 2010-2011

Statewide Cumulative GPA

Bright Futures GPA

Mean GPA

Hispanic

White

Black

slide21

SAT Participation

Percentage Of Students Statewide Taking SAT (math or verbal)

Arts Credits Taken

slide22

SAT Performance: Math

Mean Scores For Students Statewide Taking SAT MATH 2010-2011

Mean SAT Math Scores

Arts Credits Taken

slide23

SAT Performance: Verbal

Mean Scores For Students Statewide Taking SAT Verbal 2010-2011

Mean SAT Verbal Scores

Arts Credits Taken

slide24

Score Comparison: Dance

Multi-Year SAT Performance Of Students With Dance Credits By Race: White

SAT MATH

SAT VERBAL

Mean Score

Mean Score

2007-2008

2010-2011

slide25

SAT Performance

Mean Scores Of Students Free and/or Reduced Lunch Price Program Taking SAT MATH

Mean SAT Math Scores

Visual Art

Dance

Theatre

Music

Arts Credits Taken

slide26

SAT Performance

Mean Scores Of Students Free and/or Reduced Lunch Price Program Taking SAT Verbal

Mean SAT Verbal Scores

Visual Art

Dance

Theatre

Music

Arts Credits Taken

slide27

FCAT Reading

Percentage of Students Statewide Scoring 3 or Above on FCAT Reading

Arts Credits Taken

slide28

FCAT Math

Percentage of Students Statewide Scoring 3or Above on FCAT Math

Arts Credits Taken

slide29

FCAT Writing

Percentage of Students Statewide Scoring 3.5 or Above on FCAT Writing

Arts Credits Taken

slide30

FCAT Writing

Percentage of Students Statewide Scoring 1 to 3 on FCAT Writing

Arts Credits Taken

advocacy goals for cohort study
Advocacy Goals for Cohort Study
  • Single page overview of results
  • Presentation of all arts disciplines
  • Presentation of individual arts disciplines
  • Presentation of Cohort Comparison Results
  • Comprehensive Plan for Dissemination of results. (e.g., parents, teachers, school and district administrators, community, school board, legislators
references
References
  • 2007-2008 12th Grade Cohort – Fine Arts Enrollment Data
  • 2010-2011 12th Grade Cohort – Fine Arts Enrollment Data
  • National Dropout Prevention Center (2012). Effective strategies for dropout prevention. Retrieved August 29, 2012 from http://www.dropoutprevention.org/family-student-resources/top-5-reasons-stay-school
  • West Virginia Music Educators Association. (In press). Arts cohort study of arts participation and academic performance.
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