What strategies are California districts taking to hire and retain great talent?

  • Discover approaches that other California districts are taking to establish and grow art programs.
  • Explore strategies to attract art teachers and build buy-in with general education teachers.
  • Identify ways to support all teachers to maximize growth and retention.
  • Walk away with free resources to support the next steps on your school’s unique visual arts journey.

This is a professional learning series with content framed within the context of the California Arts Education Framework.

Length: 50 minutes

Date: Wednesday, June 12 (Can’t attend live? No problem! Register and we’ll send you the recording and resources after the event.)

Start Time: 9 AM PDT

Reserve your spot today and get access to the recording post-event.

Heather Crockett

Chief Academic Officer,
Head of the Center for the Advancement of Art Education, The Art of Education University

Erin Saladino

Subject Matter Expert, The Art of Education University

Tiffany Dominguez

Director of Curriculum and Innovation, Centralia Elementary School District

As a former art teacher and district supervisor, Erin Saladino brings firsthand knowledge of cultivating thriving arts education programs. At AOEU, Erin works with our California team and will share the successful approaches we are seeing in districts. Tiffany Dominguez from Centralia Elementary School District will share insights from her experience launching a new visual arts program in California. The event will be hosted by AOEU’s Center for the Advancement of Art Education leader, Heather Crockett.