In order to provide advice and counsel concerning arts education, the Chairperson shall appoint an advisory council on arts education.
20 U.S. Code § 954a - Access to the arts through support of education
(a) PurposesThe purposes of this section are—
to increase accessibility to the arts through providing education to all Americans, including diverse cultures, urban and rural populations by encouraging and developing quality education in the arts at all levels, in conjunction with programs of nonformal education for all age groups, with formal systems of elementary, secondary, and postsecondary education;
(b) Program of contracts or grantsThe Chairperson of the National Endowment for the Arts, is authorized to establish and carry out a program of contracts with, or grants to, any State or other public agency, individual, artist, any nonprofit society, performing and nonperforming arts and educational institution or organization, association, or museum in the United States, in order to foster and encourage exceptional talent, public knowledge, understanding, and appreciation of the arts, and to support the education, training, and development of this Nation’s artists, through such activities as projects that will—
promote and improve the availability of arts instruction for American youth and life-long learning in the arts;
foster cooperative programs with the Department of Education and encourage partnerships between arts and education agencies at State and local levels, arts organizations, business colleges and universities;
support apprenticeships, internships, and other career oriented work-study experiences for artists and arts teachers, and encourage residencies of artists at all educational levels;
support the use of technology and improved facilities and resources in education in the arts programs at all levels; and
(c) Advisory council on arts education
(Pub. L. 89–209, § 5A, as added Pub. L. 101–512, title III, § 318 [title I, § 105], Nov. 5, 1990, 104 Stat. 1960, 1967.)
 So in original. The comma probably should not appear.
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