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Posted April 30, 2010 in California Educator

Aisling Acuna

Students and the arts thrive at West Palms Conservatory

“Grab your mat, lie on your stomach and raise your head up slooowly,” Alison Stewart tells her first- and second-grade students. The youngsters arch like cobras and breathe deeply.


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Posted April 10, 2014 in the News

Effort to revive arts programs in schools gains momentum

In an attempt to reverse the impact of years of budget cuts and a state and national emphasis on math and English test results, some 70 education officials, arts advocates,

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Posted June 04, 2013 in the News

Are the Arts Dead in California’s Public Schools?

We’d love for our schools to teach Billy to play the tuba or draw an elephant, but the money isn’t there for it. Few California public schools spend more than

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Posted April 10, 2014 in Press Releases

Teachers, Students Join Honoring of Steinbeck’s ‘The Grapes of Wrath’ Novel on 75th Anniversary

CTA ‘California Reads’ Program Promotes Quality Books

BURLINGAME – For new generations, the wrath continues. John Steinbeck’s classic book and its themes about the...

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Posted December 14, 2011 in Site Pages

The California Arts Project

Posted September 11, 2012 in Site Pages

Union Busting

Calling Prop 32 "deceptive and outrageous," a local opinion piece lays it on the line: "Coming soon to California schools near you: larger classes, fewer courses, and an end to sports and arts...

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Posted December 14, 2011 in Site Pages

STAR Results 2011

California’s students continue to steadily improve their performance across the board, with a larger proportion than ever scoring proficient or higher on the 2011 Standardized Testing and Reporting (STAR)...

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Posted December 14, 2011 in Site Pages

Area of Expertise

Posted December 21, 2009 in California Educator


Teaching as a work of art

CSU San Marcos
San Marcos

The college students have the enthusiasm of 4-year-olds as they take turns reading “Princess Penelope and the Dragon” aloud on stage. Like all good fairy...

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Posted June 20, 2011 in California Educator

Kathryn Ervin

Get creative

One might think that Kathryn Ervin spends more than enough time being creative at work. As a professor in the Department of Theatre Arts at CSU San Bernardino, she directs dramatic works as well...

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