The Importance Of Arts Education?
There is still no action being taken for NASAA and Common Core to join forces. Unfortunately, it is not until Common Core State Standards fully commits to integrating arts education into their curriculum for the solution to be implemented. They must have a conference meeting and decide how they are going to follow through with the integration. After their decision is final, they should start to incorporate the arts into their curriculum for the upcoming years. Following that, the government should make it a law for Common Core to integrate arts education so the change really is enforced across the United States. Without Common Core agreeing to the collaboration, NASAA will not be able to prosper on its own because the arts are already not seen to be necessary for student education. With little government and public support, state arts agencies cannot afford or receive the funding to continue advancing arts education, as budget cuts have already been made (Urice). When there is no funding for the arts, the arts cannot exist. This makes it difficult for both stakeholders to reach a compromise because the lack of funding prevents both organizations from working