Mark your calendar for Creative Use of Funds with the CEO of American String Teachers Association, Dec. 14

Join RI State Council on the Arts, RI Department of Education and American Strings Teacher Association on Zoom, Tuesday, Dec. 14, at 4 p.m., when they co-host ESSER III Office Hours: Creative Use of Funds with Guest Speaker Lynn Tuttle, Executive Director and CEO of American String Teachers Association.

Zoom link, click here.

RISCA is supporting and encouraging RI Schools in spending their ESSER III funds on the Arts. We are doing this by distributing One Pagers about Creative Uses for Funds in all five artistic disciplines and office hours hosted by RIDE and RISCA with Lynn Tuttle, CEO and Executive Director of American String Teachers Association. Prior to this meeting, check out ESSER III One Pagers for opportunities by Clicking here.

About Lynn Tuttle
Bringing 26 years of professional experience in the arts and education nonprofit and governmental sectors, Ms. Tuttle is a musician, music educator, and lifelong advocate for equitable access to music and arts education. Prior to working with the American String Teachers Association, she served as the Director of Public Policy, Research, and Professional Development for the National Association for Music Education (NAfME) and as the Director of Education for the Arizona Department of Education. She created the first-ever arts integration program at the state level using Title I dollars and, at the national level, she served as co-facilitator for the revision of our nation’s arts education standards, leading to the creation of the 2014 National Core Arts Standards. She is also a founding member and past president of the State Education Agency Directors of Arts Education (SEADAE) and is the guest editor for a special issue of Arts Education Policy Review focused on COVID-19 and K-12 arts education. She currently serves on the board of the National Dance Education Organization

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