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Americans for the Arts to Host Evaluation Webinar Featuring Mosaic Youth Theatre

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May 22, 2013
Detroit, MI
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Americans for the Arts will present EVALUATION IN ACTION! Meaningful Numbers! On May 23, 2013, at 3:00PM EDT. This 90-minute webinar features Guild member Mosaic Youth Theatre of Detroit and a study by the University of Michigan that assessed the effects of Mosaic's model for positive youth development, including individual and social outcomes such as community involvement and increased social capital. Drawing on Mosaic's experience as well as others, participants will learn about selecting a sample for data collection, constructing credible surveys related to attitude change, making comparative analyses, and what constitute credible response rates. You'll also get tips on what to do if numbers are small and see examples of compelling data visualization.

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About Mosaic Youth Theatre of Detroit
Committed to youth development through the arts, Mosaic Youth Theatre of Detroit’s mission is "to empower young people to maximize their potential through professional performing arts training and the creation of first-rate theatrical and musical art."  Founded by Rick Sperling in 1992, Mosaic was born out of a need to fill the gaps in arts education in metropolitan Detroit schools while providing an artistic home for young actors, singers, and stage technicians.  Mosaic First Stage programs provide entry-level performing arts training in collaboration with community partners and schools within underserved metropolitan Detroit neighborhoods, including bilingual theatre training in southwest Detroit’s predominantly Latino-Hispanic community.

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