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Funds are allocated annually for the Every Student Succeeds Act's Title IV-A grant program. So ask and keep asking for money for your program.
Interested in adding an electric string ensemble to your music program? Here's what you'll need to get started.
Try these five tips to rebuild and reinvigorate your music program.
Percussionist Pablo Rieppi recommends finding creativity and comfort in practice.
Denis DiBlasio's life in jazz and teaching has been full of improvisation, invention and reinvention.
This new instrument is much more than a curiosity. It will change teaching winds at the elementary level.
At Teasley Middle School in Canton, Georgia, a new band director rallied his community to win Yamaha instruments for an expanding band program.
Download this free guide -- with exercises, scales and études -- that can be used as an effective supplement to any classroom method book.
Richard Floyd says that music is essential -- find out why in this illuminating Q&A.
When your attitude toward your career wavers, don’t succumb to burnout. Stay inspired and inspiring rather than self-combusting.
Learn by watching other music educators -- on stage and in life.