Julliard extends arts instruction to homes and classrooms through eLearning

May 16, 2012


Julliard School will launch Julliard eLearning in the 2012-2013 school year. The program will make Julliard-structured instruction available to K-12 educators and students online. Courses to be offered immediately include elementary, middle, and high school music, and will be developed in accordance with National Standards. In the future, the school intends to extend the program to include music history, music theory, drama history, and dance history. Increasing accessibility to high quality arts instruction is essential to developing public awareness and appreciation of the arts, and to providing young people with equal educational opportunities. It’s exciting to see a premier arts institution dedicate energy and resources to a project that works toward these goals. To learn more about this important step in online arts instruction, read the Wall Street Journal’s coverage of Julliard eLearning: http://www.marketwatch.com/story/the-juilliard-school-and-connections-education-launch-juilliard-elearning-the-conservatorys-first-ever-online-courses-2012-05-16 or visit http://julliard.edu/.

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