Support Equitable Access to the Arts and Humanties with the DC Collaborative!
The DC Arts and Humanities Education Collaborative together with its members advocates and advances equitable access to high-quality learning experiences in the arts and humanities for all students and teachers in the DC public education system.
Washington, DC is the field-trip capital of the world! It is rich in arts and culture, but budget constraints often prevent the District's public and public charter schools from taking advantage of all of its world-renowned resources. Demand continues to grow. After all, visiting the Kennedy Center for the first time, making a trip to the Washington Ballet or Shakespeare Theatre, having a professional artist come right to your classroom; for many children these are unforgettable and transformative experiences.
The DC Collaborative has served more than 750,000 public and private charter school students through its legacy equitable access program Arts and Humanities for Every Student, as well as thousands of teachers through its Professional Development Initiatives. Both programs are provided with DC Collaborative partners and members.
The DC Collaborative was founded in 1998, by the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities, The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, and Humanities Council of Washington DC along with
DCPS and other local cultural institutions and funders. Today, DC Collaborative members represent more than 105 cultural institutions and practitioners in the DC region, working together to impact arts and humanities education in the District of Columbia.
Please support the work of the DC Arts and Humanties Education Collaborative with a donation. Thank you!
For more ways to support our work, including donor advised funds, gifts of stock, grants and corporate gifts: www.dccollaborative.org/donate
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