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The New Hampshire Arts Learning Network is a collaborative of individuals, organizations and groups with a common interest in arts education, working to support quality arts learning for all students in New Hampshire by sharing information, resources, and services. It is about connecting people, places and ideas so that all our students have access to the arts.

This website is a place to share information, resources, and services; find out about arts education news and events; learn about federal and state policy and how local education agencies fulfill policy requirements; and access arts education advocacy tools and ideas.

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Check Out These Arts Education Policy Resources!
70 arts educators from across New Hampshire attended "NH Policies & Practices in Arts Education" workshops offered by the Arts Learning Network in May. Our “Policies” page has been updated with many of the materials from the workshop -- we invite you to visit for the latest information




Congratulations to Denise Freeman of Campbell High School, chosen NH Art Educator of the Year by the NH Art Educators' Association. Read more here.

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Encourage Creativity: Teach the Arts Tool Kits

Arts education is largely a local issue-nearly 90 percent of funding comes from city and state governments and policies. Americans for the Arts works hard to advance support for arts education at all levels of government; but the real work happens on the ground, in your communities, by people like you.

To support local leaders in their advocacy efforts for arts education, Americans for the Arts has produced a new suite of tools to help you build, craft, and present effective messages to educational leaders in order to affect change in local communities. The ENCOURAGE CREATIVITY tool kit is designed to complement the Arts Education Navigator e-book series, and includes advocate tools to learn strategies for making change, compelling videos to use in advocacy presentations, and quizzes to learn the robust facts & figures to present.

Go ahead now. Speak up in support of arts education to your local or state school board, principal or state superintendent., Be sure to check out www.AmericansForTheArts.org/EncourageCreativity to get the tools and resources needed to be the best educator and advocate possible.

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