Music education

Australia’s biggest school music initiative launches for 2014

Growing in reach and impact since 2007, Music Count Us In exists to support teachers to deliver music in the classroom, addressing a lack of training and experience in this specialist area.

Music Education Asia

Learning Music in Palestinian Refugee Camps

"Al Kamandjâti resolution for this New Year will be to pursue its efforts in order to reach as many children and youth as possible and give them the opportunity to discover and learn music through our activities."

World Music Network

L'école va à contresens

La pratique de la musique est bénéfique pour le développement cognitif. Une recherche a même montré des bénéfices concernant des tâches linguistiques.

Tribune de Genève

Restore music: Let's put STEAM power in our schools

Without music, life would be a mistake" — a quote by Friedrich Nietzsche — is universally accepted. Many agree that without music instruction, school would be a mistake. Why?

Mail Tribune

Music education valuable asset in school curricula

Study after study has concluded that the benefits of music education far exceed development of an individual's musicianship, alone.

The Pitt News

New Zealand: Musicians Mentoring In Schools Programme

The Music Commission has partnered with the Ministry of Education to provide a free music-mentoring scheme in schools to assist with the development of programmes for the arts in NZ.

New Zealand Music Commission

Youth ensembles are active but challenges lie ahead

Young musicians are benefiting from youth ensembles, but concerns are growing over their financial stability and the difficulty of recruiting musicians.

Arts Professional

MU survey reveals dissatisfaction amongst music teachers

The Musicians' Union (MU) has issued a report calling on the Government to work with Ofsted to ensure that schools recognise the importance of music education.

Music Teacher Magazine

You Know What We Forget to Teach Music Students? Happiness

One of the most important things being overlooked at music schools is practicing, maintaining, and cultivating happiness.

Inside the Arts

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