Considerable benefits of Creative Partnerships revealed

27 March 2015

A Critical Review of the research archive generated by national creative education programme ‘Creative Partnerships’ (CP) has concluded that it produced “modest gains in learning” and “considerable benefits” for the wellbeing of young people.

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