* Institutes, enrichment programs, and curricula.
** Educational gatherings, often held outdoors, featuring lecturers and entertainers. Modern Chautauqua programs, modeled after a popular educational movement that began in the late-19th century, are designed to foster both appreciation of the nation’s history and civic dialog around key issues of the day.
Source: National Endowment for the Humanities, Federal-State Partnership Division. Data for 2005 provided at the request of the Humanities Indicators; 2013 data available at http://www.neh.gov/files/divisions/fedstate/compliance_data_tables.2013.general_web_0.pdf (viewed on November 2, 2015).