New $50M arts program will reach every San Francisco student

09/28/2006 | San Francisco Chronicle

Thanks to funding from a 2004 voter-approved initiative and the state, the San Francisco school system will offer a comprehensive districtwide program in the visual and performing arts. Under the $50 million Arts Education Master Plan, due to be formally unveiled Thursday, every school will have an arts coordinator and receive a budget that can be used for such items as arts supplies, teachers or visiting artists.

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