Resources for Teachers and Administrators

Did you know that the arts are now included in the definition of a “well-rounded education”? This means you can use money from Title I, II, III, and IV to support arts-integrated programs and professional development offered by Arts for Learning.


Title IV, Part A is a federal funding source broken up in to three main focus areas under ESSA. Funds are available to all public school districts and charter schools that receive Title I funds.


Explore grant opportunities on the Indy Arts Education Guide to find resources to bring the arts to your classroom or community.


School foundations work every day to serve big needs in their communities. Many operate as non-profit organizations with staff dedicated to providing resources and support to administrators, teachers, and students in their local district.

Need Additional Support?

Contact one of our experienced Program Directors to learn more about how to make the Titles work for your school and to initiate a School Partnership. Together, we can make the arts an important part of every student’s education.

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Ploi Pagdalian


Senior Director of Programs

Regions: Franklin Township, Decatur Township, Shelby County

317-925-4043, ext. 116
[email protected]

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Brent Aldrich



Regions: IPS, Center, Perry Township, Warren Township, Lawrence Township, Boone County, Hancock County, Johnson County, Madison County, Morgan County

317-925-4043, ext. 123
[email protected]

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Angela Yetter



Regions: Washington Township, Pike Township, Wayne Township, Hamilton County, Hendricks County, Northeast Region, All Unlisted Counties

317-925-4043, ext. 114
[email protected]

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