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This document demonstrates how a modest investment can lead to extensive participation in art by children and young people, improve the quality of gallery and museum education and teaching, and have an ongoing impact on young people's education and career options.
This is the first in a series of briefing notes from the enquire programme about how gallery education is addressing key issues in arts and education policy. This briefing focuses on participation.
This enquire briefing note focuses on self-directed and personalised learning.
This enquire briefing note focuses on diversity.
This briefing note focuses on how gallery education can engage at risk and looked after children and young people in the visual arts, with case studies taken from the final phase of the enquire programme.
This briefing note describes how gallery education projects with schools and artists can engage young people, with case studies taken from the final phase of the enquire programme.
This briefing note explores how teachers can provide appropriate and tailored learning opportunities by working in partnership with artists and galleries. With case studies taken from the final phase of the Watch this Space programme.