Who Are We?
We are a member service organization founded in 1998 by the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities, the Kennedy Center, and Humanities Council of Washington DC along with DC Public Schools and other local cultural institutions. Our mission is to provide DC public education students with equitable access to engaging and vlauable arts and humanities programming throughout the District.
How do your educators take advantage of the programs provided?
- Attend our Orientation August 18th
- Sign and return the School Partnership Expectation Wroksheet
- Peruse the Program Catalogue
- Register for Field Trips and more within the registration period
What's in the Education Program Catalog?
|Arts and Humanities for Every Student Programs||Distance Learning Resource Database Programs||Professional Development||Teaching Artist Fellowship|
|In Person & Virtual||Virtual||In Person & Virtual||Virtual|
|For: DC Public Educators in the Classroom||For: DC Public Educators in the Classroom||For: School Administrators, Educators, Arts & Humanities Professionals||For: DC-Based Emerging Teaching Artists|
|Registration: FREE; Open during Fall, Winter, Spring cycles||Registration: FREE; Open during Fall, Winter, Spring cycles||Registration: Year round||Registration: Sping/Summer seasons (4-5 months)|
How do you become a School Partner?
School Partnership with the DC Collaborative is open to all DC Public and Public Charter Schools.
Step 1: Complete our School Partnership Survey Form
Step 2: Contact Ashlee McKinnon, Director of Education Programs, with a main point of contact to act as a liason between your school, DC Collaborative, and program providers. Email email@example.com
Step 3: Ensure all educators who sign up for a program in the Program Catalogue have signed and returned the School Partnership Expecation Worksheet before Oct. 1st.