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  • 1. Measuring Up: New Hampshire Arts Education Data Project A comprehensive survey of arts education in the New Hampshire schools Data Collected: 2008/2009 Academic Year Report: October, 2010Cypress Research Group16781 Chagrin Blvd., PMB 549 Shaker Heights, OH 44120(216) 295-9764 www.cypress-research.com
  • 2. Measuring Up: New Hampshire Arts Education Data Project – October 2010 IntroductionIn 2008, Quadrant Arts Education Research, on behalf of the New Hampshire State Department of Education and the New Hampshire StateCouncil on the Arts, began a study of the level of arts education in New Hampshire public schools. The principals of all 484 public schools,including charter schools, were asked to complete an on-line survey to provide detailed information on arts education in his or her school.The on-line survey captured numerous details on arts education, more specifically: • Types of arts courses (curricular and extra-curricular) offered, by grade level (for music, visual arts, media arts, theater, and dance); • Number of students enrolled in arts courses; • Number of hours in a year dedicated to arts education, by arts discipline; • Certification level of teachers providing arts education; • Non-salary budgets allocated to arts education; • Use of visiting artists, field trips, and artists-in-residence; • Professional development offerings to art and general classroom teachers; • Policies in place regarding arts education (adoption of standards, high school arts graduation requirements, etc.).A total of 153 schools completed a questionnaire, which is a 32% response rate. A total of 84,840 students were represented by respondingschools. 2
  • 3. Participating Schools & School Districts 3
  • 4. Measuring Up: New Hampshire Arts Education Data Project – October 2010Participating Schools & School District Grade Levels (n=153) % of Students Represented In Study 48% 28% 44% % of Responding Schools*School types are not mutually exclusive; a single building could be designated as being an elementary school, a middle school, and/or ahigh school, depending on which grades they have enrollment in. Schools with ‘elementary grade’ are those with at least one grade fromkindergarten through fifth grade. Middle school grades are grades six, seven and eight. High school grades are grades nine through 4twelve.
  • 5. Measuring Up: New Hampshire Arts Education Data Project – October 2010Participating Schools & School District School Size (n=153) •  The 153 sampled schools represented 84,840 (43.6% of all enrolled students).School Type Total Enrollment of Minimum Number Maximum Number Median Number of Participating of Students of Students Students SchoolsElementary (n=103) *40,720 19 1,093 401Middle (n=53) *23,882 40 1,117 411High (n=40) *37,482 115 3,342 626 *This is a duplicated count; some schools were designated as more than one school type (elementary, middle, high) 5
  • 6. Measuring Up: New Hampshire Arts Education Data Project – October 2010 Participating Schools & School District Grade Levels (n=153)Grade level of your school (Select all that apply): Grades in Schools % of Schools School Grades 6
  • 7. Availability of Arts Education In New Hampshire Schools 7
  • 8. Measuring Up: New Hampshire Arts Education Data Project – October 2010 Availability of Arts Education in New Hampshire Schools Arts Courses Offered (n=153)Q1A1: What is the total number of courses offered in EACH arts area? Schools With at Least One Course 98% of schools have at least 98% of schools have at least 100% of schools have at least one course in any of the five one course in any of the five one course in any of the five arts disciplines. arts disciplines. arts disciplines. % of Respondents (n=103) (n=53) (n=40) 8
  • 9. Measuring Up: New Hampshire Arts Education Data Project – October 2010Availability of Arts Education in New Hampshire Schools Number of Different Arts Disciplines Offered (n=153) Number of Different Arts Disciplines Offered, by School Type Five arts disciplines % of Respondents One arts discipline (n=103) (n=53) (n=40) 9•  Ninety-three percent of the schools offered both visual arts and music, the most common combination of two arts disciplines (not shown).
  • 10. Measuring Up: New Hampshire Arts Education Data Project – October 2010 Availability of Arts Education in New Hampshire Schools Total Number of Dedicated Classrooms (n=153)Q1A2: What is the total number of courses taught in a dedicated classroom designed for the arts area? Schools With at Least One Course in Dedicated Classroom for Arts Discipline (base = all schools) 88% of schools have at least 98% of schools have at least 100% of schools have at least one dedicated classroom in any one dedicated classroom in any one dedicated classroom in any of the five arts disciplines. of the five arts disciplines. of the five arts disciplines. % of Respondents (n=103) (n=53) (n=40) 10 •  Eight percent of all schools have no dedicated classroom space for any arts discipline.
  • 11. Measuring Up: New Hampshire Arts Education Data Project – October 2010Availability of Arts Education in New Hampshire Schools Lack Dedicated Classrooms (n=153) Schools Which Teach an Arts Discipline, But Lack Dedicated Classroom For at Least One Course% of Respondents (n=103) (n=53) (n=40) 11
  • 12. Measuring Up: New Hampshire Arts Education Data Project – October 2010 Availability of Arts Education in New Hampshire Schools Proportion of Students Enrolled (n=153)Q1A3: What is the total number of students enrolled in a course or who received instruction in this arts area, whether elective or required? Median Proportion of Students Enrolled % of Students in School (n=103) (n=53) (n=40) 12
  • 13. Measuring Up: New Hampshire Arts Education Data Project – October 2010 Availability of Arts Education in New Hampshire Schools Proportion of Students Enrolled (n=153)Q1A3: What is the total number of students enrolled in a course or who received instruction in this arts area, whether elective or required? Proportion of Students Enrolled Aggregated Data (All Schools Combined) % of Students in School (n=103) (n=53) (n=40) 13
  • 14. Measuring Up: New Hampshire Arts Education Data Project – October 2010 Availability of Arts Education in New Hampshire Schools Proportion of Students Enrolled In Any Arts DisciplineQ1A4: The total number of students enrolled in one or more arts classes (non-duplicated count for all arts courses). Proportion of Students Enrolled in Any Arts Discipline Aggregated Data (All Schools Combined) Non-Duplicated Count * Not all schools reported the un- % of Students in School duplicated count of students enrolled in any arts course. (n=74)* (n=53) (n=40) •  Across all schools, 76% of students were enrolled in one or more arts course. 14
  • 15. Measuring Up: New Hampshire Arts Education Data Project – October 2010 Availability of Arts Education in New Hampshire Schools Total Number of Full Time Teachers (n=153)Q1A5: What is the total number of teachers (Full Time Equivalent) who provide instruction in each arts area whether elective or required? Schools With at Least One FTE Teacher of Art 78% of schools have at least 83% of schools have at least 95% of schools have at least one FTE teacher of art one FTE teacher of art one FTE teacher of art % of Responding Schools (n=103) (n=53) (n=40) •  Three percent of all schools have an FTE dance teacher; 78% music; 3% theatre; 73% visual arts; 7% media arts. 15 •  Eighty-two percent of schools have at least one FTE art teacher on staff.
  • 16. Level of Arts Education in New Hampshire Schools 16
  • 17. Measuring Up: New Hampshire Arts Education Data Project – October 2010 Level of Arts Education in New Hampshire Schools Dance (n=153)Q1D1: Enter the total enrollment during the 2008-2009 School Year for Dance courses. Schools With at Least Some Students Enrolled All Schools (Elementary, Middle & High School Combined) % of Respondents 17
  • 18. Measuring Up: New Hampshire Arts Education Data Project – October 2010 Level of Arts Education in New Hampshire Schools Dance (n=153) Q1D1: Enter the total enrollment during the 2008-2009 School Year for Dance courses. Percent of Students Enrolled Aggregated Data (All Schools Combined)* General Dance Ballet Modern Jazz Social World/Multicultural Other Ex- Ex- Ex- Ex- Ex- Ex- Course Course Course Course Course Course Ex-Curr Course Curr Curr Curr Curr Curr CurrElementary 4% 1% 0% 0% 0.04% 0% 0.002% 0.1% 0.02% 0% 0.4% 0% 0.04% 0.2% Middle 2% 0.4% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0.005% 0.3% 0.03% 0% 0.05% 0% 0% 0.2% SchoolHigh School 0.3% 0.1% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0.2% 0% 0% 0% 0.05% 0.03% 0.03% 18
  • 19. Measuring Up: New Hampshire Arts Education Data Project – October 2010 Level of Arts Education in New Hampshire Schools Music (n=153)Q1D2: Enter the total enrollment during the 2008-2009 School Year for Music course. Schools With at Least Some Students Enrolled All Schools (Elementary, Middle & High School Combined)% of Respondents 19
  • 20. Measuring Up: New Hampshire Arts Education Data Project – October 2010 Level of Arts Education in New Hampshire Schools Music (n=153)Q1D2 : Enter the total enrollment during the 2008-2009 School Year for Music course. Percent of Students Enrolled Aggregated Data (All Schools Combined)* Vocal Voice Sm. Instr. Chamber/ Orchestra/ General Music Chorus/Choir Chamber/Small Group Private Band Sm. Ensmb. Strings Ensemble Lessons Course Ex-Curr Course Ex-Curr Course Ex-Curr Course Ex-Curr Course Ex-Curr Course Ex-Curr Course Ex-Curr Elementary 80% 0.2% 10% 4% 0.1% 0.4% 0.3% 0.05% 6% 3% 0.7% 0.2% 0.1% 0.4% Middle School 65% 0.08% 18% 3% 0.08% 1% 0.08% 0.1% 15% 3% 1% 0.1% 0.2% 1% High School 9% 0.05% 7% 1% 0.3% 1% 0.3% 0.06% 7% 0.5% 1% 0.03% 1% 1% 20
  • 21. Measuring Up: New Hampshire Arts Education Data Project – October 2010 Level of Arts Education in New Hampshire Schools Music (continued) (n=153)Q1D2 : Enter the total enrollment during the 2008-2009 School Year for Music course. Percent of Students Enrolled Aggregated Data (All Schools Combined)* Instr. Sm. Music Theory/ Group/Priv. Comp Guitar Music History Other Lessons Songwriting Course Ex-Curr Course Ex-Curr Course Ex-Curr Course Ex-Curr Course Ex-Curr Elementary 2% 1% 0.03% 0% 0.4% 0.2% 0% 0% 0.1% 0.1% Middle School 4% 1% 0% 0% 2% 0.3% 0% 0% 1% 1% High School 0.3% 0.02% 1% 0.005% 2% 0.05% 1% 0% 1% 0.4% 21
  • 22. Measuring Up: New Hampshire Arts Education Data Project – October 2010 Level of Arts Education in New Hampshire Schools Theatre (n=153)Q1D3: Enter the total enrollment during the 2008-2009 School Year for Theatre courses. Schools With at Least Some Students Enrolled All Schools (Elementary, Middle & High School Combined) % of Respondents 22
  • 23. Measuring Up: New Hampshire Arts Education Data Project – October 2010 Level of Arts Education in New Hampshire Schools Theatre (n=153)Q1D3 : Enter the total enrollment during the 2008-2009 School Year for Theatre courses. Percent of Students Enrolled Aggregated Data (All Schools Combined)* Technical Theatre General Theatre Stage Acting Other Theatre Production Ex- Ex- Ex- Ex- Ex- Course Course Course Course Course Curr Curr Curr Curr Curr Elementary 4% 3% 1% 0.2% 1% 0.08% 1% 0.4% 1% 0.1% Middle 6% 5% 2% 1% 2% 0.2% 2% 0.9% 2% 0.1% School High School 0.4% 0.1% 0.2% 0.3% 0.2% 0.8% 0.08% 0.8% 0.1% 0% 23
  • 24. Measuring Up: New Hampshire Arts Education Data Project – October 2010 Level of Arts Education in New Hampshire Schools Visual Arts (n=153)Q1D4: Enter the total enrollment during the 2008-2009 School Year for Visual Arts courses. Schools With at Least Some Students Enrolled All Schools (Elementary, Middle & High School Combined) % of Respondents 24
  • 25. Measuring Up: New Hampshire Arts Education Data Project – October 2010 Level of Arts Education in New Hampshire Schools Visual Arts (n=153)Q1D4 : Enter the total enrollment during the 2008-2009 School Year for Visual Arts courses. Percent of Students Enrolled Aggregated Data (All Schools Combined)* General Art Drawing Painting Ceramics Sculpture Course Ex-Curr Course Ex-Curr Course Ex-Curr Course Ex-Curr Course Ex-Curr Elementary 80% 2% 2% 0.03% 2% 0.6% 1% 0% 2% 0% Middle School 71% 1% 8% 0.06% 3% 0.05% 2% 0.04% 2% 0% High School 21% 0.3% 4% 0% 5% 0% 1% 0% 0.1% 0% 25
  • 26. Measuring Up: New Hampshire Arts Education Data Project – October 2010 Level of Arts Education in New Hampshire Schools Visual Arts (continued) (n=153)Q1D4 : Enter the total enrollment during the 2008-2009 School Year for Visual Arts courses. Percent of Students Enrolled Aggregated Data (All Schools Combined)* Printmaking Jewelry/Crafts 2 & 3D Design Art History Photography Other Ex- Ex- Ex- Ex- Course Ex-Curr Course Ex-Curr Course Course Course Course Curr Curr Curr Curr Elementary 0.2% 0.3% 1% 0% 2% 0.03% 1% 0% 0.5% 0% 1% 1% Middle School 0.3% 0.2% 2% 0% 8% 0.06% 7% 0% 1% 0.06% 2% 0.4% High School 3% 0.02% 2% 0% 2% 0% 0.5% 0.005% 3% 0.02% 2% 0.3% 26
  • 27. Measuring Up: New Hampshire Arts Education Data Project – October 2010 Level of Arts Education in New Hampshire Schools Media Art (n=153)Q1D5: Enter the total enrollment during the 2008-2009 School Year for Media Art courses. Schools With at Least Some Students Enrolled All Schools (Elementary, Middle & High School Combined) % of Respondents 27
  • 28. Measuring Up: New Hampshire Arts Education Data Project – October 2010 Level of Arts Education in New Hampshire Schools Media Arts (n=153)Q1D5 : Enter the total enrollment during the 2008-2009 School Year for Media Arts courses. Percent of Students Enrolled Aggregated Data (All Schools Combined)* General Video/ Video/Film Television Digital/Graphic Other Film Production Production Arts Ex- Ex- Ex- Ex- Ex- Course Course Course Course Course Curr Curr Curr Curr Curr Elementary 2% 0% 0.5% 0% 0.2% 0% 1% 0% 2% 0.2% Middle 0% 0% 0.2% 0% 0.4% 0% 2% 0.06% 0% 0% School High School 0.2% 0.02% 0.6% 0.02% 0.2% 0% 2% 0% 0.4% 0.02% 28
  • 29. Measuring Up: New Hampshire Arts Education Data Project – October 2010 Level of Arts Education in New Hampshire Schools Curricular and Extra-Curricular Instruction (n=153)% Schools With at Least One Student Receiving Curricular or Extra-Curricular Art Instruction By School Type % of Respondents (n=103) (n=53) (n=40) •  95% of schools reported at least one student receiving art instruction in at least one arts discipline (curricular or extra- curricular); all but 93 % of those schools offer art instruction within the curriculum (do not rely solely on extra-curricular instruction). Three percent of schools rely solely on extra-curricular instruction for arts. 29
  • 30. Measuring Up: New Hampshire Arts Education Data Project – October 2010 Level of Arts Education in New Hampshire Schools DanceQ1B1: Enter the most applicable delivery of course offering for all Dance courses. Art Instructor Qualifications By School Type (Base=all schools) % of Respondents (n=103) (n=53) (n=40) *Schools provided data for each grade level in school. Results shown here are the percentage of schools which reported that teacher qualification level as the ‘highest’ level of art teacher used in any grade. Teacher types were designated, from ‘highest’ to ‘lowest’ as such: Certified Arts Educator; 30 Language Arts Literacy; Artist in Residence; Physical Education Teacher; General Classroom Teacher.
  • 31. Measuring Up: New Hampshire Arts Education Data Project – October 2010 Level of Arts Education in New Hampshire Schools BandQ1B2a: Enter the most applicable delivery of course offering for all Band courses. Art Instructor Qualifications By School Type (Base=all schools) % of Respondents (n=103) (n=53) (n=40)*Schools provided data for each grade level in school. Results shown here are the percentage of schools which reported that teacher qualification levelas the ‘highest’ level of art teacher used in any grade. Teacher types were designated, from ‘highest’ to ‘lowest’ as such: Certified Arts Educator; 31Language Arts Literacy; Artist in Residence; Physical Education Teacher; General Classroom Teacher.
  • 32. Measuring Up: New Hampshire Arts Education Data Project – October 2010 Level of Arts Education in New Hampshire Schools ChorusQ1B2b: Enter the most applicable delivery of course offering for all Chorus courses. Art Instructor Qualifications By School Type (Base=all schools) % of Respondents (n=103) (n=53) (n=40) *Schools provided data for each grade level in school. Results shown here are the percentage of schools which reported that teacher qualification level as the ‘highest’ level of art teacher used in any grade. Teacher types were designated, from ‘highest’ to ‘lowest’ as such: Certified Arts Educator; 32 Language Arts Literacy; Artist in Residence Physical Education Teacher; General Classroom Teacher.
  • 33. Measuring Up: New Hampshire Arts Education Data Project – October 2010 Level of Arts Education in New Hampshire Schools General MusicQ1B2c: Enter the most applicable delivery of course offering for all General Music courses. Art Instructor Qualifications By School Type (Base=all schools) % of Respondents (n=103) (n=53) (n=40) *Schools provided data for each grade level in school. Results shown here are the percentage of schools which reported that teacher qualification level as the ‘highest’ level of art teacher used in any grade. Teacher types were designated, from ‘highest’ to ‘lowest’ as such: Certified Arts Educator; 33 Language Arts Literacy; Artist in Residence; Physical Education Teacher; General Classroom Teacher.
  • 34. Measuring Up: New Hampshire Arts Education Data Project – October 2010 Level of Arts Education in New Hampshire Schools Orchestra/StringsQ1B2d: Enter the most applicable delivery of course offering for all Orchestra/Strings courses. Art Instructor Qualifications By School Type (Base=all schools) % of Respondents (n=103) (n=53) (n=40) *Schools provided data for each grade level in school. Results shown here are the percentage of schools which reported that teacher qualification level 34 as the ‘highest’ level of art teacher used in any grade. Teacher types were designated, from ‘highest’ to ‘lowest’ as such: Certified Arts Educator; Language Arts Literacy; Artist in Residence; Physical Education Teacher; General Classroom Teacher.
  • 35. Measuring Up: New Hampshire Arts Education Data Project – October 2010 Level of Arts Education in New Hampshire Schools TheatreQ1B3: Enter the most applicable delivery of course offering for all Theater courses. Art Instructor Qualifications By School Type (Base=all schools) % of Respondents (n=103) (n=53) (n=40) *Schools provided data for each grade level in school. Results shown here are the percentage of schools which reported that teacher qualification level 35 as the ‘highest’ level of art teacher used in any grade. Teacher types were designated, from ‘highest’ to ‘lowest’ as such: Certified Arts Educator; Language Arts Literacy; Artist in Residence; Physical Education Teacher; General Classroom Teacher.
  • 36. Measuring Up: New Hampshire Arts Education Data Project – October 2010 Level of Arts Education in New Hampshire Schools Visual Arts Q1B4: Enter the most applicable delivery of course offering for all Visual Arts courses. Art Instructor Qualifications By School Type (Base=all schools) 15% % of Respondents (n=103) (n=53) (n=40)*Schools provided data for each grade level in school. Results shown here are the percentage of schools which reported that teacher qualification levelas the ‘highest’ level of art teacher used in any grade. Teacher types were designated, from ‘highest’ to ‘lowest’ as such: Certified Arts Educator; 36Language Arts Literacy; Artist in Residence; Physical Education Teacher; General Classroom Teacher.
  • 37. Measuring Up: New Hampshire Arts Education Data Project – October 2010 Level of Arts Education in New Hampshire Schools Media ArtsQ1B5: Enter the most applicable delivery of course offering for all Media Arts courses. Art Instructor Qualifications By School Type (Base=all schools) 15% % of Respondents (n=103) (n=53) (n=40)*Schools provided data for each grade level in school. Results shown here are the percentage of schools which reported that teacher qualification levelas the ‘highest’ level of art teacher used in any grade. Teacher types were designated, from ‘highest’ to ‘lowest’ as such: Certified Arts Educator; 37Language Arts Literacy; Artist in Residence; Physical Education Teacher; General Classroom Teacher.
  • 38. Measuring Up: New Hampshire Arts Education Data Project – October 2010 Level of Arts Education in New Hampshire Schools Time Provided for Visual & Performing Arts (n=153)Q1C: Enter the number of hours per year instruction is provided for all students by grade and subject. Median Number of Hours Per Week All Arts Disciplines Combined (Base=Schools which offer arts)Median # of Hours 38
  • 39. Measuring Up: New Hampshire Arts Education Data Project – October 2010 Level of Arts Education in New Hampshire Schools Time Provided for Visual & Performing Arts (n=153)Q1C: Enter the number of hours per year instruction is provided for all students by grade and subject. Percent Schools With At Least One Hour Per Week of Instruction All Arts Disciplines Combined, By Grade Level (Base=All Schools) Percent of Schools Base = All Schools (Including those with zero hours of instruction per week) 39
  • 40. Measuring Up: New Hampshire Arts Education Data Project – October 2010 Level of Arts Education in New Hampshire Schools Creative WritingQ1E1: Please indicate if the course is offered and whether the course is offered for arts credit. Creative Writing Courses (High Schools Only) Course % of Schools Which % Offer Arts Aggregate Enrollment - % of Offer Course Credit for Course All Enrolled High School Students Poetry 15% 5% 0.27% Prose 8% 0% 0.25% Play/Script Writing 0% 0% 0% Creative Non-Fiction 5% 2.5% 0.06% Base = All High Schools 40
  • 41. Facilities and Resources of Arts Education in New Hampshire Schools 41
  • 42. Measuring Up: New Hampshire Arts Education Data Project – October 2010 Facilities and Resources of Arts Education in New Hampshire Schools Courses and Classrooms (n=153) Q2A1d: Enter the number of dedicated classrooms appropriately designed and equipped for instruction in each arts area. Q2A2d: Enter the number of multi-purpose classrooms appropriately designed and equipped for instruction in each arts area. % Schools (Which Offer Art Discipline) With Dedicated Classrooms % of Respondents * * * * * * 42*Base is only schools with art discipline; Small n; Interpret with care.
  • 43. Measuring Up: New Hampshire Arts Education Data Project – October 2010 Facilities and Resources of Arts Education in New Hampshire Schools Technology Usage (n=153) Q2B1: Do your students use technological tools to assist in the study and creation of the Arts? % Use Technology (Base=schools with some Art courses in specific discipline) Percentage of Respondents who answered ‘Yes’. Elementary: 0% Middle: 33% % of Respondents High: 78% Elementary: 39% Elementary: 0% Middle: 67% Middle: 50% * High: 89% High: 43% * Elementary: 11% Elementary: 0% Middle: 17% Middle: 0% High: 21% High: 0% * Art Discipline 43*Base is only schools with art discipline; Small n; Interpret with care.
  • 44. Measuring Up: New Hampshire Arts Education Data Project – October 2010 Facilities and Resources of Arts Education in New Hampshire Schools Technology Usage (n=153) Q2B2: (If yes) Please identify the number of workstations available for student use in each of the art forms. Median Number of Workstations (Base=schools with at least one workstation and offer arts discipline) Median # of Workstations % have at least one workstation % have at least one for Media Arts % have at least workstation for • Elementary: 0% one workstation Dance: • Middle: 33% for Music: % have at least • Elementary: 0% • High: 67% • Elementary: 36% one workstation • Middle: 0% % have at least • Middle: 59% for Visual Arts • High: 0% one workstation • High: 87% • Elementary: 25% for Theatre • Middle: 44% • Elementary: 0% • High: 50% * • Middle: 50% • High: 43% * * 44*Base is only schools with art discipline; Small n; Interpret with care.
  • 45. Measuring Up: New Hampshire Arts Education Data Project – October 2010 Facilities and Resources of Arts Education in New Hampshire Schools Budget Allocation (n=153)Q2C1: What is the TOTAL budget allocation for arts education for the current school year? (refers to on-going curricular supportmaterials; does not include teacher salaries, one-time capital expenses, etc.) On a per-student basis: •  15% of schools allocate $1 or less per student •  11% of schools allocate $1-$5 per student •  17% of schools allocate $5-$10 per student •  24% of schools allocate $10 -$20 per student •  33% of schools allocate more than $20 per student Median Spending Per Student by School Type: •  Elementary School: $8.28 •  Middle School: $15.75 •  High School: $24.65 % of Respondents 45
  • 46. Measuring Up: New Hampshire Arts Education Data Project – October 2010 Facilities and Resources of Arts Education in New Hampshire Schools Budget Allocation (n=153) Q2C2: Indicate the budget allocation for EACH arts area. Percent of Schools With “No Budget” vs. “At Least 10% of Budget” Allocated To Each Arts Area (Base=schools with at least some arts course and a non-zero budget) Median = 2%* Shown here are the percentage Median = 42%* Median = 4%* Median = 13% of schools with for each arts discipline where either ‘none’ Median = 47%* of the arts curriculum support budget is allocated to that discipline (orange bars) or at% of Respondents least 10% of the budget is allocated to that discipline. For example, for 96% of schools where dance is offered, none of the budget is allocated to dance. Looked at another way, only 1% of those schools have at least 10% of the arts curriculum support budget allocated to dance. On average, only 2% of schools’ budget is allocated to dance. 46 *Of schools with a non-zero budget.
  • 47. Measuring Up: New Hampshire Arts Education Data Project – October 2010 Facilities and Resources of Arts Education in New Hampshire Schools Additional Funding (n=153)Q2D: This year, has your school received funding from a source outside of the school district to support arts education? Percent of Schools Which Received Funding, By Funding Source Regardless of funding source, 65% of schools received at least some outside funding.% of Respondents •  Elementary School: 64% •  Middle School: 66% •  High School: 67% * “Other” sources of funding 47 are listed in the Appendix.
  • 48. Measuring Up: New Hampshire Arts Education Data Project – October 2010Facilities and Resources of Arts Education in New Hampshire Schools Additional Funding (n=153) Aggregated Dollars From Outside Sources % Received by All Schools 48
  • 49. Measuring Up: New Hampshire Arts Education Data Project – October 2010 Facilities and Resources of Arts Education in New Hampshire Schools Arts Supervisor (n=153)Q2E1: Select the description that best describes the person who is responsible for the implementation and evaluation of educationalprograms offered in the arts.Q2E2: Has this person ever been certified in any arts discipline? Arts Supervision% of Respondents 13% are certified in an arts discipline 35% are certified 30% are certified 86% are certified 84% are certified in an arts in an arts in an arts in an arts discipline discipline discipline discipline 49
  • 50. Policies, Curriculum and Standards 50
  • 51. Measuring Up: New Hampshire Arts Education Data Project – October 2010 Policies, Curriculum and Standards Grade Weighting For High Schools, Grades 9-12Q3A: Are students in the Visual & Performing Arts weighed equally with grades in other academic areas when calculatingstudents’ grade point average for honor roll, class rank, etc? (Select appropriate answer) 51
  • 52. Measuring Up: New Hampshire Arts Education Data Project – October 2010 Policies, Curriculum and Standards Advanced Placement For High Schools, Grades 9-12Q3B: Does your schools offer Advanced PlacementCourses in the Visual and Performing Arts? AP Arts Classes Offered (Base = All High Schools) % of Respondents •  15% of high schools had 3 different AP arts courses; 3% had two; and 5% had one. 52
  • 53. Measuring Up: New Hampshire Arts Education Data Project – October 2010 Policies, Curriculum and Standards Student Access (n=153)Q3C_a: To what extent are you able to meet student requests for classes in the arts? Base=Schools which offer arts discipline. % of Respondents * * * * 53 *Base is only schools with art discipline; Small n; Interpret with care.
  • 54. Measuring Up: New Hampshire Arts Education Data Project – October 2010 Policies, Curriculum and Standards Primary Reason for No Student Access (n=153)Q3C: The primary reason for students not accessing these programs is (select one for each art form): Base=Schools which offer arts discipline. * * * * % of Respondents 54 *Base is only schools with art discipline; Small n; Interpret with care.
  • 55. Measuring Up: New Hampshire Arts Education Data Project – October 2010 Policies, Curriculum and Standards Curriculum (n=153)Q3D: Select each arts discipline for which the school has an arts curriculum: Base=Schools which offer arts discipline. Elementary: 88% Elementary: 88% Middle: 83% Middle: 83% High: 95% High: 95% Elementary: 0% Middle: 50% High: 86% Elementary: NA * Middle: 33% % of Respondents Elementary: 0% High: 61% Middle: 100% High: 67% * * 55 *Base is only schools with art discipline; Small n; Interpret with care.
  • 56. Measuring Up: New Hampshire Arts Education Data Project – October 2010 Policies, Curriculum and Standards Standards (n=153)Q3E: To which of the following standards has your curriculum been aligned: Base=Schools which offer arts discipline. * * * % of Respondents •  Relying solely on ‘locally developed standards’ was relatively rare: dance (3% of schools which offer dance); music (2%); theater (0%); visual arts (4%); media arts (9%). 56 *Base is only schools with art discipline; Small n; Interpret with care.
  • 57. Measuring Up: New Hampshire Arts Education Data Project – October 2010 Policies, Curriculum and Standards Year of Standards Alignment (n=153)Q3F: In what year was the arts education curriculum updated to align with standards in the arts and adopted by the local schoolboard? Base=Schools which offer arts discipline. Dance * Music Theater * Visual Arts Media Arts* 2001 10% 22% 11% 5% 2002 4% 1% 2003 4% 5% 2004 6% 11% 5% 10% 2005 12% 15% 2006 5% 2% 5% 2007 5% 5% 2008 25% 15% 33% 17% 25% Not Adopted/ 75% 40% 33% 40% 55% Not Answered 57 *Base is only schools with art discipline; Small n; Interpret with care.
  • 58. Measuring Up: New Hampshire Arts Education Data Project – October 2010 Policies, Curriculum and Standards Arts Integration (n=153)Q3G1: Does your school have curriculum that Q3G3: Which of the following are used to support your schools’ artsis integrated with the arts and/or other content integration efforts: [of those who use arts integration]areas? % of Respondents •  Elementary: 54% •  Middle: 43% •  High: 25% 58
  • 59. Measuring Up: New Hampshire Arts Education Data Project – October 2010 Policies, Curriculum and Standards Arts Integration (n=153)Q3G2: How is arts integration used? Approaches to Arts Integration Base=All schools % of Respondents 59
  • 60. Measuring Up: New Hampshire Arts Education Data Project – October 2010Policies, Curriculum and Standards Arts Integration (n=153) Art Disciplines Used in Arts Integration Base=All schools % of Respondents 60
  • 61. Measuring Up: New Hampshire Arts Education Data Project – October 2010 Policies, Curriculum and Standards Extended Learning For Middle/High Schools, Grades 7-12Q3H: Has your school board adopted a policy for extended learning opportunities for course credit? 61
  • 62. Measuring Up: New Hampshire Arts Education Data Project – October 2010 Policies, Curriculum and Standards Assessment (n=153)Q3I1: How do your school’s art programs use formative and summative assessments to support student learning? Base=Schools which offer art discipline * * *% of Respondents •  Relying solely on ‘teacher-made written tests’ was uncommon: dance (0% of schools which offer dance); music (1%); theater (0%); visual arts (4%); media arts (0%). [now shown] 62 *Base is only schools with art discipline; Small n; Interpret with care.
  • 63. Measuring Up: New Hampshire Arts Education Data Project – October 2010 Policies, Curriculum and Standards Use of Assessment Results (n=153) Q3I2: In what ways does your school use assessment results? (of schools which offer arts discipline) Base=Schools which offer art discipline * * *% of Respondents 63 *Base is only schools with art discipline; Small n; Interpret with care.
  • 64. Measuring Up: New Hampshire Arts Education Data Project – October 2010 Policies, Curriculum and Standards Assessment (High schools only, n=40) Local Graduation Requirements (High School Only) Q3J: What are the local graduation requirements Q3K: What percentage of the current senior class (credits) for the arts? When answering this question, do exceeds the ½ credit or 1 semester graduation not include vocation or other locally designed options requirement in arts in arts instruction? other than the visual or performing arts.% of Respondents % of Respondents 64
  • 65. Instructional Support and Professional Development 65
  • 66. Measuring Up: New Hampshire Arts Education Data Project – October 2010 Instructional Support and Professional Development Instructional Support (n=153)Q4A: Indicate that your school uses these individuals to supplement Visual & Performing Arts instruction (not provide coreinstruction) by making the appropriate selection. % of Respondents Who Answered ‘Yes’ For Curricular, Co-curricular, and/or Extra-curricular Instruction. (Base = All Schools) % of Respondents 66
  • 67. Measuring Up: New Hampshire Arts Education Data Project – October 2010 Instructional Support and Professional Development Supplemental Student Services (n=153)Q4B: Some schools are using the arts, such as music or art therapy, as alternative means of support services for students. Pleaseindicate which arts area, if any, is being utilized in this way. Base = All Schools % of Respondents 67
  • 68. Measuring Up: New Hampshire Arts Education Data Project – October 2010 Instructional Support and Professional Development Professional Development (n=153)Q4C: In the past year, did your school/district provide opportunities or make available any of the following professional development activitiesin the arts for selected personnel? (check all that apply) Percentage of Respondents with Strategy in Use* For Each Teacher Type Base = All Schools % of Respondents 68
  • 69. Measuring Up: New Hampshire Arts Education Data Project – October 2010 Instructional Support and Professional Development Professional Development Incentives (n=153)Q4D: What incentives may teachers in your school/district receive for participating in professional development activities in thearts? (Check all that apply) Incentives Used Base = All Schools % of Respondents 69
  • 70. Community Resources 70
  • 71. Measuring Up: New Hampshire Arts Education Data Project – October 2010 Community Resources Field Trips (n=153)Q5A: As a part of a school-sponsored function, how many times have students traveled outside the building for an exhibition,performance or event in any of these subject areas this school year? (Check all that apply) Median Number of Times % of Schools with at least 1 (Base = Schools with At Least One Field Trip) field trip in that discipline Base=All Schools 8% 68% 48% 44% •  84% of schools had at least 1 3% field trip in any arts discipline. •  27% in one discipline 4% •  33% in two discipline •  15% in three disciplines •  9% in four or more 11% Median # of Times 71
  • 72. Measuring Up: New Hampshire Arts Education Data Project – October 2010 Community Resources Barriers to Use of Field Trips (n=49; Those With No Outside Travel)Q5B: If your students have NOT traveled to an exhibition, performance or event in any of these content areas, which of thefollowing would you identify as the greatest obstacle? (select one) % of Respondents 72
  • 73. Measuring Up: New Hampshire Arts Education Data Project – October 2010 Community Resources Outside Groups and Individuals (n=153)Q5C: In which of the following have outside groups or individuals (other than an artist in residence) performed/exhibited forstudents at the school in the past year in these subject areas? (check all that apply) Median Number of Times (Base = Schools with At Least One Outside Group Performance/Exhibit) % of Schools with at least 1 outside performance/exhibit: (Base=All Schools) 13% 65% 25% •  66% of schools had at least 1 outside performance/exhibit in 21% any arts discipline •  11% of schools had neither 6% field trips nor assemblies. 16% 9% Median # of Times 73
  • 74. Measuring Up: New Hampshire Arts Education Data Project – October 2010 Community Resources Barriers to Outside Groups or Individuals (Those With No Outside Group Performance/Exhibits)Q5D: If you have NOT had an outside group or individual perform or exhibit in your school, which of the following would youidentify as the greatest obstacle? (select one) % of Respondents 74
  • 75. Measuring Up: New Hampshire Arts Education Data Project – October 2010 Community Resources Partnerships or Collaborations (n=153)Q5E: Does your school/district have ongoing (year long) partnerships/collaborations with artists/arts companies or culturalorganizations that help meet your school/districts arts education goals? % ‘Yes’ A list of organization can be found in the Appendix. % of Respondents 75
  • 76. Measuring Up: New Hampshire Arts Education Data Project – October 2010 Community Resources Barriers to Partnerships or Collaborations (n=123; Those With No Partnerships or Collaborations)Q5F: If your school/district has NOT had ongoing (year long) partnership/collaborations with artists/arts companies or culturalorganizations, which of the following would you identify as the greatest obstacle? (select one) % of Respondents 76
  • 77. Measuring Up: New Hampshire Arts Education Data Project – October 2010 Community Resources Artist-in-Residence (n=81; 62 did not respond )Q5G: In which of these subject areas has your school had an artist-in-residence in this year? (Check all that apply) % of schools had at least one Artist-in-Residence •  30% of schools had at least one artist-in-residence. Elementary schools were far more likely to have hosted one (41%) than high schools (10%). Middle schools were almost as likely (32%) as elementary schools. % of Respondents 77
  • 78. Measuring Up: New Hampshire Arts Education Data Project – October 2010 Community Resources Artist-in-Residence Contribution (Only Schools With an Artist-in-Residence; n=46)Q5H: What did the artist-in-residence program contribute to this school’s art program? (Check all that apply) Base= Only schools with an Artist-in-Residence % of Respondents 78
  • 79. Measuring Up: New Hampshire Arts Education Data Project – October 2010 Community Resources Artist-in-Residence Obstacles (Only Those With NO Artist-in-Residence; n=100; 32 provided no response)Q5I: If you have NOT had an artist-in-residence in your school, which of the following would you identify as the greatest obstacle?(Select one) Base=Only schools with NO Artist-in-Residence % of Respondents 79
  • 80. Measuring Up: New Hampshire Arts Education Data Project – October 2010 Community Resources Summary: Barriers to Use of Field Trips, Outside Groups/Individuals, Partnerships/Collaborations and Artists-in-Residence (Of Only Those Who Cited Barriers)% of Respondents N.A. N.A. N.A. 80