The best and biggest art stories of 2022

California already requires art classes in public schools, but lack of funding has effectively negated the requirement in four out of five of them. No longer. The Election Day passage — nearly 2-to-1 — of Proposition 28, California’s K-12 education funding initiative for arts and music, shifts about $1 billion from the state’s general fund to annual arts classes in public schools. (That’s less than half of 1% of the state’s total general fund budget.) The hurdle now: The state’s K-12 programs must find 15,000 certified instructors in dance, media arts, music, theater and visual arts. That’s the big number that educators find necessary. Yes,15,000 accredited art teachers. The best and biggest art stories of 2022

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