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Objective 5: Provide high quality arts education for all New York City public school studentsStrategy B: Expand access to arts education for Multilingual Learners and students with disabilities, including professional development for educators and teaching artists
ActionAwarded arts partnership grants to 357 schools to work with 96 unique arts and cultural organizations to offer arts education services to students focused on multilingual learners, students with disabilities, and family engagement.
Objective 5: Provide high quality arts education for all New York City public school studentsStrategy E: Build in-depth, multi-year partnerships between arts and cultural organizations and the Department of Education to provide training for teachers and administrators and to educate students using experiential and new learning models
ActionPartnered with arts and cultural organizations, through DOE's Office of Arts and Special Projects, to offer culturally relevant professional development to 2,849 certified art teachers, in addition to assigned teachers of the arts that connects dance, moving image, music, theater, and visual arts teachers, Arts Education Liaisons, and students with resources and programs throughout the City.
Objective 5: Provide high quality arts education for all New York City public school studentsStrategy A: Strengthen high quality, diverse, and sequential art, culture, and science education for every child in New York City public schools from pre-K through 12th grade
ActionProvided 1,349 school administrators an opportunity to experience diverse offerings from 22 arts and cultural organizations across the City at significantly discounted rates, and bring them back to their school communities for teachers, students, and families through the Culture Pass Program for School Leaders.
Occurrence: Ongoing
Objective 5: Provide high quality arts education for all New York City public school studentsStrategy B: Expand access to arts education for Multilingual Learners and students with disabilities, including professional development for educators and teaching artists
ActionExpanded Multilingual Learners and the Arts, a pilot to support 8 schools in District 10 in the Bronx by deepening visual arts and music learning in conjunction with language acquisition.
Objective 5: Provide high quality arts education for all New York City public school studentsStrategy A: Strengthen high quality, diverse, and sequential art, culture, and science education for every child in New York City public schools from pre-K through 12th grade
ActionLaunched Accelerated Arts Teacher Certification, a pilot to support 15 common branch elementary school arts teachers in District 31 (Staten Island) to take coursework through CUNY to earn a supplemental certification in the arts.
Budget: $60K
Occurrence: Ongoing
Objective 5: Provide high quality arts education for all New York City public school studentsStrategy A: Strengthen high quality, diverse, and sequential art, culture, and science education for every child in New York City public schools from pre-K through 12th grade
ActionLaunched a pilot serving 12 children (0-2 years old) and their families at selected NYCEEC, NYCHA, and Head Start sites that provided creative arts experiences for parents, family members, and their youngest children.
Budget: $10K
Occurrence: One-time
Objective 5: Provide high quality arts education for all New York City public school studentsStrategy A: Strengthen high quality, diverse, and sequential art, culture, and science education for every child in New York City public schools from pre-K through 12th grade
ActionFunded a fourth year of PreK Create, offering 200 educators and site directors a professional development program to provide arts-rich learning and play experiences for Pre-K and 3K students.tr
Budget: $613.118K
Occurrence: One-time
Objective 3: Strengthen connections between the cultural sector and governmentStrategy D: Use existing communication channels to promote nonprofit and for profit cultural offerings
ActionCreated a 3D virtual tour of Materials for the Arts allowing users to take a self-guided tour of the MFTA warehouse, classrooms, gallery, and artist studio. 
Occurrence: Ongoing
Objective 5: Provide high quality arts education for all New York City public school studentsStrategy A: Strengthen high quality, diverse, and sequential art, culture, and science education for every child in New York City public schools from pre-K through 12th grade
ActionLaunched the Materials for the Arts Online Education Center to provide teachers and students access to art-infused projects, lesson plans, and online field trips, while learning remotely. The resources were designed for students ranging from Pre-K through 12th grade with content from multiple subject areas.
Objective 5: Provide high quality arts education for all New York City public school studentsStrategy D: Coordinate cross-agency efforts to expand free and affordable after-school arts and cultural programs citywide
ActionAdministered $14.7 million through City Council's Cultural After School Adventures (CASA) initiative, which supported 737 free cultural after-school programs.
Budget: $14.74M
Occurrence: One-time
Objective 5: Provide high quality arts education for all New York City public school studentsStrategy D: Coordinate cross-agency efforts to expand free and affordable after-school arts and cultural programs citywide
ActionAdministered $15.3 million through City Council's Cultural After School Adventures (CASA) initiative, which supported 765 free cultural after-school programs.
Fiscal Year: 2019 | $15.3M
Occurrence: One-time
Objective 5: Provide high quality arts education for all New York City public school studentsStrategy A: Strengthen high quality, diverse, and sequential art, culture, and science education for every child in New York City public schools from pre-K through 12th grade
ActionFunded a second year of PreK Create, offering 1,244 educators and site directors a professional development program and toolkits to provide arts-rich learning and play experiences for Pre-K students.
Fiscal Year: 2018 | $956.554K
Occurrence: One-time
Objective 5: Provide high quality arts education for all New York City public school studentsStrategy A: Strengthen high quality, diverse, and sequential art, culture, and science education for every child in New York City public schools from pre-K through 12th grade
ActionFunded a third year of PreK Create, offering 2,088 additional educators and site directors a professional development program to provide arts-rich learning and play experiences for Pre-K students.
Fiscal Year: 2019 | $996.217K
Occurrence: One-time
Objective 5: Provide high quality arts education for all New York City public school studentsStrategy A: Strengthen high quality, diverse, and sequential art, culture, and science education for every child in New York City public schools from pre-K through 12th grade
ActionBegan developing a comprehensive arts education strategic plan that will address equitable and sequential, quality arts instruction in New York City public school students from 3K to 12th grade.
Fiscal Year: 2019
Occurrence: Ongoing
Objective 5: Provide high quality arts education for all New York City public school studentsStrategy C: Connect DOE schools to local cultural organizations to bring culturally resonant and culturally responsive STEAM curricula to students
ActionHosted 500 middle and high school students for an overnight experience at the American Museum of Natural History to tour exhibits and learn about ancient Egyptian culture, organized by the Department of Youth and Community Development.
Fiscal Year: 2018 | $60K
Occurrence: One-time
Objective 5: Provide high quality arts education for all New York City public school studentsStrategy D: Coordinate cross-agency efforts to expand free and affordable after-school arts and cultural programs citywide
ActionAdministered $13.26 million through City Council's Cultural After School Adventures (CASA) initiative, which supported 663 free cultural after-school programs.
Fiscal Year: 2018 | $13.26M
Occurrence: Multi-year

Glossary

Cultural Institutions Group (CIG)

A 33-member group of cultural organizations located on City-owned property and receiving significant capital and operating support from the City.

Cultural Development Fund (CDF)

The Department of Cultural Affairs’ annual grant-making process for New York City's nonprofit arts and cultural organizations.

Fiscal Year (FY)

The New York City budget cycle starts on July 1 of a given year and ends on June 30 of the following year.

One-time

An action that occurred in the stated fiscal year.

Multi-year

An action that was initiated in the stated fiscal year and repeats for a finite number of years.

Ongoing

An action that was initiated in the stated fiscal year and occurs annually without a defined end date.

 
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