High School Arts Education is featured on "Front Page", with host James Earl Jones for Public Television

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The Telly award winning segment covers the importance of the Arts in high school.

A new “Front Page” profile segment with host James Earl Jones was developed and released earlier this year, and discussed the importance of High School Arts Education. The segment, currently in distribution, was awarded a Telly for achievement in direction and content.

A team of educators and students discussed the growing importance of the arts in education as well as the part it plays in our society. They discussed arts programs and how they fit in today's education high school curriculum, and how dedicated Arts schools have achieved a high level of success.

While all of the ‘Front Page’ segments are created specifically for Public Television, they are produced and distributed independently to many Public Television stations and PBS Member stations. These segments are shown throughout the country and are specifically designed to bring new ideas to the public.

These segments feature a number of industry talents and experts in order to educate the audience. The segments are produced by heralded writers and producers and are hosted by the talented world-renowned actor, James Earl Jones.

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