Nearly 80 percent of Sonoma County high schools do not offer comprehensive, arts education. That’s according to an analysis by the local non-profit, Creative Sonoma. Creative Sonoma released what it calls an “arts education framework for 2020” in early December. KRCB’s Adia White tells us what that could mean for local students.
In part two of this story, KRCB’s Adia White tells us just how far Sonoma County lags behind our neighbors and what educators are doing about it.
(Image Right: Students perform at the Creative Sonoma 2020 arts education framework launch. Credit: Adia White)