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Creativity back to the classroom and your state tax return

Bring creativity back to the classroom and make a difference through your state tax return.The Keep Arts in Schools Fund allows individuals to support arts education programs by making tax-deductible contributions through the Voluntary Contribution portion of state tax returns.The Keep Arts in Schools Fund can be found in Voluntary Contribution Section 110 (425) of the "540" individual state tax return forms. Arts supporters who use accounting services should tell their tax preparers about…See More
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Creativity back to the classroom and your state tax return

Bring creativity back to the classroom and make a difference through your state tax return.The Keep Arts in Schools Fund allows individuals to support arts education programs by making tax-deductible contributions through the Voluntary Contribution portion of state tax returns.The Keep Arts in Schools Fund can be found in Voluntary Contribution Section 110 (425) of the "540" individual state tax return forms. Arts supporters who use accounting services should tell their tax preparers about…See More
Jan 17
Angel Harper's blog post was featured

Why LCFF Matters & What Can You Do

Reposted from California Alliance  Arts Education ArtsedMailBy Joe Landon, Executive DirectorWhat is LCFF? The Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF) is part of new legislation that makes dramatic changes to the way the state provides funding to local school districts. The law's funding formula provides additional monies to districts based on the number of low-income, ESL and foster care youth in the district's schools. After years of budget cuts and a single-minded focus on standardized tests,…See More
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he California Alliance for Arts Education

December 03, 2013   How do we improve educational outcomes for low-income students who are often underserved in public schools? The California Alliance for Arts Education has been focusing on this issue at the local, state and federal levels, to enable Title I schools to use arts education as part of their strategy for engaging underserved students and empowering them to succeed.  We published a…See More
Dec 4, 2013

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he California Alliance for Arts Education

December 03, 2013   How do we improve educational outcomes for low-income students who are often underserved in public schools? The California Alliance for Arts…Continue

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Why Good Teachers Quit

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Arts Education News - May 2013

In a third-grade math class, students buzzing with excitement sketch designs for sculptures they’ll build out of wire and clay. They’re part of an innovative program in a handful of Title I schools…Continue

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Started by Angel Harper May 31, 2013.

Establishing the arts as a core subject by the Los Angeles Unified School Board

EVERYBODY IS TALKING...by Arts for All | Jan 17, 2013Arts for All is not only the leader in arts education reform in Los Angeles County, but we also monitor, encourage, and applaud efforts from…Continue

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Creativity back to the classroom and your state tax return

Bring creativity back to the classroom and make a difference through your state tax return.
The Keep Arts in Schools Fund allows individuals to support arts education programs by making tax-deductible contributions through the Voluntary Contribution portion of state tax returns.
The Keep Arts in Schools Fund can be found in Voluntary Contribution Section 110 (425) of the "540" individual state tax return forms. Arts supporters who use accounting services…
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Posted by Angel Harper on January 17, 2014 at 9:59pm

Why LCFF Matters & What Can You Do

Reposted from California Alliance  Arts Education ArtsedMail
By Joe Landon, Executive Director
What is LCFF? The Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF) is part of new legislation that makes dramatic changes to…
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Posted by Angel Harper on January 16, 2014 at 2:18am

National Endowment for the Arts - funding of the NEA down to $75 million, a level not seen since 1974!

July 23, 2013



Dear Arts Advocate:



Today, the U.S House of Representatives Interior Appropriations Subcommittee approved its initial FY 2014 funding legislation, which includes a proposed cut of $71 million to the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA). This would bring funding of the NEA down to $75 million, a level not seen since 1974!…



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Posted by Angel Harper on July 23, 2013 at 5:51pm

Give to the Arts PAC, play your part

Dear Angel,

Tomorrow, the U.S. House of Representatives will begin floor debate on the nation’s Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) legislation.  Congress continues to be bitterly divided along political party lines on almost every possible policy issue from the farm bill to gun control.  Unfortunately, federal policies…

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Posted by Angel Harper on July 18, 2013 at 6:06pm

 

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Triple Threat Teaching Society Newsletter Vol. 3 – Jan 1, 2013

 

 Letter from TTT Society Founder -                 Angel Harper

 Happy New Year Associates!

 For the New Year 2013

"Look at everything as though you are seeing it for the first time, with eyes of a child, fresh with wonder." ~Joseph Cornell

 Thanks to the sponsorship by Pearson, TTT began in February 2010.  As the founder of TTT, my mission is to spread the passion of combining the Performing Arts with Core academic subjects. In its first year we started off strong and gained over 50 associates.

 Over the past year, I have placed interesting news and industry information to the site. For 2013, my goal is to have more member participation.  I have been attending Ning webinars such as “How to Grow Your Community”

and “How”.  I appreciate all the tips Ning has given its members and plan to put them in action in 2013.  One marketing concept I took away from the webinar is that I don’t need a large community of people to be successful. Therefore, my focus is on “quality not quantity” and making this site meaningful community for anyone who joins.

 2012 was a crammed year for me. I took two professional development courses in Early Childhood and vigorously sought work as a teacher.  This year let’s be in contact more regularly, share little tips and advice, events and other little snippets that may just give you the necessary inspiration and motivation, for a productive year.  So, please share information, events and pictures that will benefit our society. Your suggestions of how this society can better meet your individual needs are always welcomed.  Please contact me by email or phone to discuss your suggestions.

  Call me at 323.467.7782 or email: angelharper@earthlink.net

  Let’s use this site support one another with educational challenges and teacher development in every area instruction and with particular attention to the Arts. I wish you all a great new school year.

 Thank you for you support

Angel Harper – Founder

Credential Teacher\Teaching Artist

How we can serve others

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 The TTT Society is dedicated to:

The Field of Education and Teaching Artists

 You hear theme song music by clicking the TTT Themes Song Tab at the top of the page.

 You can hear the music by going to the following links or Click

 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9UQkbCPYWJI or http://www.jamglue.com/tracks/184095-Instrumental-Naughty-By-Nature-OPP-Instrumental-

Now we need some lyrics?  Does anyone want to help?   Please call me (323) 467-7782

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