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ESEA: In mid-July, after an exciting seven days of debate, with over 178 amendments filed in the...Read More
by Donna Schwartz Don’t you hate when you think you’ve planned for every conceivable scenario, and Murphy is right there throwing you a curveball? You think you’ve accounted for everything. You have the address and directions,...Read More
Source: Namm Foundation A large majority believes that children should have opportunities to learn...Read More
Last week, we received game changing news from NAfME and the Music Education Policy Roundtable. The new bipartisan Senate ESEA proposal, “Every Child Achieves Act of 2015,” would retain the core academic subject section from No Child Left Behind (including “arts”), and, additionally, would add “music,” as a specifically enumerated core academic subject.Read More
If you’re not yet familiar with TED talks, you should be. TED stands for Technology, Entertainment, Design. Through the last several years, TED and TEDx talks have been an amazing platform to bring great ideas from amazing people to the forefront of our collective consciousness, allowing a wider audience to consider them.
There are TED talks on thousands of subjects, but the ones closest to our hearts are the ones that cover music and arts education. I’ve pulled together six of them that I think every music student, parent, educator, administrator, and school board member should be familiar with. Together, they offer a portrait of how music helps to hold together the fabric of society.Read More