You've visited the Crocker, your children love Tot Land, but what does that all really mean in relation to your child's growth and development?
Join us as we look at a new study, the first-ever of its kind, that scientifically proves the benefits of exposure to art. The study showed that students who are exposed to cultural institutions, like museums, display greater tolerance and historical empathy, as well as better educational memory and critical thinking skills. Jay P. Greene, Chair of the Department of Education Reform at the University of Arkansas, will share the results of the study and its implications on education policy.
Register now, at the Museum Admission Desk, or by calling 916.808.1182.