How many disciplines are included in the CA arts standards?

The VAPA standards are organized around five (5) component strands that overlay all four (4) arts disciplines (dance, music, theatre, and visual arts) for each grade level.

What are the Vapa standards?

Adopted by the State Board of Education in January 2001, the Standards describe the skills, knowledge, and abilities in dance, music, theatre, and the visual arts that all students should be able to master at specific grade levels, pre-kindergarten through grade twelve, in California public schools.

What are the four fundamental creative practices for the Arts?

The framework identifies four fundamental “creative practices” for the arts: imagination, investigation, construction, and reflection. And as you might imagine, it makes the case that these activities come in handy not just in artistic enterprises, but in plenty of other realms, such as math and science.

What is a Vapa school?

Visual and Performing Arts (VAPA)

What are California Arts standards for public schools?

California Arts Standards for Public Schools, Prekindergarten Through Grade Twelve (Arts Standards). Portions of this work are based on the National Core Arts Standards. Copyright © 2015 National Coalition for Core Arts Standards/All Rights Reserved. Rights Administered by SEADAE.

When did California adopt the arts education framework?

The State Board of Education (SBE) adopted the California Arts Education Framework for Public Schools, Transitional Kindergarten Through Grade Twelve (Arts Framework) on July 8, 2020.

When did California revise visual and performing arts standards?

The California Department of Education (CDE), Instructional Quality Commission (IQC), and State Board of Education (SBE) commenced the process for revising the visual and performing arts standards in October 2016. Per Assembly Bill 2862 and Assembly Bill 37, Chapter 647,

What are the state standards for Visual Arts?

Section 60605.13 requires the Superintendent, in consultation with the IQC, to recommend to the state board revisions to the visual and performing arts content standards in the subjects of dance, music, theatre, and visual arts adopted by the state board pursuant to Section 60605.3, and to recommend new standards for the subject of media arts.