We report, again, about ongoing research in how musical training may help disadvantaged students learn language. Use with caution.
Pharrell Williams, who recorded “Happy” for hundreds of millions on YouTube, would have gotten his teachers fired with education reform.
There was a talent show at the White House earlier this week, with a few celebrities showing up, to support arts education.
One of the worst side-effects of NCLB is that it causes a narrowing of the curriculum at low-performing schools, write 2 D.C. teachers.
Education leaders from NAfME and the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, gave representatives in Congress a look at true music advocacy.
The winner of the first-ever Music Educator Award from the GRAMMY Foundation has been announced: a music teacher and choir director from a rural school in upstate New York.
A proposed cut of $2.1 million would have disastrous effects in Dunlap, Ill., say hundreds of community members. We would tend to agree.
A professor of theology in Chicago wonders if schools and kids can get what they need this Christmas. Or, will they just get more expired toys?
Another nail has been driven into the coffin on those studies that appeared to link music study in children with enhanced intelligence or cognitive ability in non-music areas.
When regular classroom teachers integrate the visual arts into their lessons, it’s not really about the visual arts, but rather about the secondary subjects. Here’s our plea, again, for art for art’s sake.