Dr. Jay Greene, director of the University of Arkansas NEA Research Lab, presented new preliminary results from our Year 2 Woodruff study findings during a panel titled Arts Education in the United States: National Education Policies for Arts Education and Studies on the Impact of Arts Education Experiences for Youth Development. The panel was chaired by NEA’s Melissa Menzer at the Association for Public Policy and Management’s 2018 Fall Conference in Washington, DC. Below is a link to the presentation given on Friday, November 9th: 

Does Art Make You Smart: The Effect of Multiple Art Experiences on Academic and Social Emotional Outcomes – Year 2 Results


Jay P. Greene is a professor and head of the Department of Education Reform at the University of Arkansas, where he directs the university’s National Endowment for the Arts Research Lab.