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The Role of Music in School Reform. FMEA Annual PD Conference 2014, Sondra Allison Wenninger Collins. 2013 Yale Symposium on Music in Schools. Historical Context. Present-day Happenings. A Look into the Future. Why Music?. Historical Context of music in schools.

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The Role of Music in School Reform

FMEA Annual PD Conference 2014, Sondra Allison Wenninger Collins


2013 Yale Symposium on Music in Schools

Historical Context

Present-day Happenings

A Look into the Future

Why Music?


Historical Context of music in schools


Richard Deasy,Retired Director of the Arts Education Partnership


“What do we, as music educators, want to advocate in the larger picture of school reform?”


Shoulder-partner time!

How will the arts respond?


Present-day Happenings

of Music in Schools


Scott C. Shuler,Immediate Past President of NAfME & Arts Education Specialist for the Connecticut State Department of Education


“Children need instructional time in the arts!”

“This is an equity issue and a civil rights issue!”


Garth Harries,Superintendentof the New Haven Public Schools


“Is this an industrial or professional sense of education? And how do we move from industrial to professional?”


Small Group Discussions, Distinguished Music Educators


Shoulder-partner time!

What’s happening in your neck of the woods?


A Look into the Future of music in schools


David Myers,Director of the University of Minnesota School of Music


“Failure may not be fatal, but failure to change may be!”


Michael Yaffe,Associate Dean of the Yale School of Music

Ellen Maust,Supervisor of Musicfor New Haven Public Schools


Dantes Rameau,Co-founder of the Atlanta Music Project


Are these new programs working?

Just LOOK at their faces!


Shoulder-partner time!

What can YOU do to change the future of music in our schools?


Why Music??


Anne Midgette,Classical Music Critic for The Washington Post


“As music teachers, you are touching kids through a love they already have – the trick is to connectto them through that love and amplify that love.”


Round-Table Discussion, Distinguished Music Educators


http://music.yale.edu/community/music-in-schools/symposium/


The Role of Music in School Reform

FMEA Annual PD Conference 2014, Sondra Allison Wenninger Collins


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