Brendan Conway FRSA’s Catalyst grant-winning project will measure the impact of distributing art supplies to schools – can you help the project to develop?
Do we distribute the education budget in a way that is likely to help children overcome the many barriers poverty places in their way?
The RSA is looking for schools whose commitment to arts and cultural education has transformed outcomes for students, staff or the whole school.
The RSA is running the Pupil Design Awards for the fifth year, and we are aiming to reach young people who will be the designers of tomorrow.
Naomi Bath reflects on a recent trip to New York visiting schools, sketching out different ways in which students are using their voice to tackle social injustice.
Want to know if claims about impact in the arts are trustworthy? Lessons and reflections from the first Cultural Learning Evidence Champions Network webinar.
Roisin Ellison announces an exciting new programme of work around social action in primary schools with RSA Academies.
Fran Landreth Strong explores the three main findings from our series of events that asked what it takes to deliver high-quality 'double benefit' youth social action projects.
The decade since the financial crash has been one in which society’s divides have been revealed to be stark and destructive. In a series of essays published today we map out how a more optimistic future might be secured.