PLATFORM & POSITION STATEMENTS

NAEA PLATFORM AND POSITION STATEMENTS

 

-21st Century Skills and Visual Arts Education (Adopted April 2010; Reviewed and Revised March 2013)

-Arts Integration (Adopted March 2013)

-Benefits of Art Museum Learning in Education (Adopted March 2012)

-Certified/Licensed Visual Art Educators in Pre-K through 12 School Settings (Adopted April 2010; Reviewed and Revised March 2013)

-Collaborations between the Art Educator and the Teaching Artist (Adopted March 2012)

-Community Collaborations including those with Cultural Organizations (Adopted March 2011; Reviewed and Revised April 2014)

-Deaccessioning Objects in Art Museum Collections (Adopted April 2010; Reviewed and Revised March 2013)

-Distance Learning in Art Education(Adopted March 2013)

-Diversity in Visual Art Education (Adopted April 2014)

-Early Childhood Art Education (Adopted April 2010; Reviewed and Revised March 2013)

-Equity for All Students (Adopted March 2012)

-Ethical use of Copyrighted Imagery and Primary Sources (Adopted April 2014)

-Excellence in Art Museum Teaching (Adopted March 2012)

-Freedom of Speech through Visual Expression (Adopted July 2011; Reviewed and Revised April 2014)

-Graduation Requirements in the Visual Arts (Adopted March 2011; Reviewed and Revised April 2014)

-Physical Safety in the Art Classroom (Adopted April 2014)

-PreK-12 Teacher Evaluation in the Visual Arts (Adopted March 2011; Reviewed and Revised April 2014)

-Pre-service Education and its Relationship to Higher Education (Adopted March 2011; Reviewed and Revised April 2014)

-Professional Development (Adopted March 2011; Reviewed and Revised April 2014)

-Regarding Use of Race Based Mascots in Educational Settings (Adopted April 2010; Reviewed March 2013)

-Relationship of Art Educators to Decision-makers (Adopted March 2012)

-Scheduling, Time, Funding and/or Resources for Visual Arts Education (Adopted March 2011; Reviewed and Revised April 2014)

-STEAM Education (Adopted April 2014)

-Student Assessment in the Visual Arts Classroom (Adopted March 2013)

-Teacher Evaluation and Student Growth (Adopted March 2013)

-Visual Art and Its Relationship to CTE (Adopted March 2013)

-Visual Arts as a Core Academic Subject (Adopted March 2011; Reviewed and Revised April 2014)

-Visual Literacy and its Relationship to the Common Core (Adopted April 2014)

 

NAEA Position Statements Adopted Prior to 2008

-The Professional Code for Art Educators

-The Professional Code for Art Education Associations of States and Provinces

-What We Believe/NAEA Goals For Quality Arts Education

-Accreditation Standards:  Purposes, Principles, and Standards for School Art Program

-Involvement in Art Contests and Competitions for Students at the Secondary Level

 NAEA Policy on Contests And Competitions (Adopted March 2001)

-Coloring Books

-Essentials Statement of the National Council of Teachers of English (NAEA cosigner)

-The Philadelphia Resolution

-Definition of Fine Arts for High School Graduation Requirements

-Censorship and the Arts

-National Arts Education Accord

-Joint Resolution on Terminal Degrees, Appointment, and Advancement

-North American Art Education Accord

 

 

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WYAEA is in agreement and fully supports the positions taken by NAEA on the following topics. Additionally WYAEA ensures that Wyoming art educators are represented at the National Delegate's assembly every year to contribute, have input and vote on these positions. Position statements are up for review on a set rotation to ensure they remain current.

 

Here is the link to the full version of each of NAEA's position statements.

 

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