Students learn to express their emotions better through music. Learning about this as young people will affect them all their lives. This article is adapted from remarks by Michael Yaffe, associate dean of the Yale School of Music, at the final event of the school’s Morse Summer Music Academy, 2011Read More
Read how one high school student’s desire to save music education reversed a school board decision. www.post-gazette.com, 2011Read More
Take a positive approach. Create a binder of important music facts relevant to your community. Invite your school board members to lunch and share the facts of the state of music in your school district. See the suggested binder template this program used to forward their success.
Maggie Fischer, Music Advocates of Carroll County, MD, 2013
These templates, brochures, and posters, help parent advocates, school music dealers and band directors communicate the benefits of music education.Read More
Parents and the school team up to promote arts education. This 44 page brochure encourages parent participation by creating opportunities and resources that enable parents to share in their children’s arts education. Created by the Oakland Garden School PS203Q and The Center for Arts Education.Read More