The national debate on Music Education

Letters to the Editor in The Times, 19 November 2013.

Letters to the Editor in The Times, 19 November 2013.

Maxson Music, and our partner company Maxson Music, are proud to be participating in the national debate about the future direction of music education.

In today’s edition of The Times, a letter from one of our School Improvement Consultants, Steven Maxson, contributing to the national debate about the importance of music and the arts to education, and to delivery methods of music education.

Following on from ongoing work with some of the Music Education Hubs, Steven’s contribution highlights the possibilities that the Music Hubs hold for developing young people should sufficient funding and imagination be available to Hubs.

The letter can be read by clicking here (The Times operates a paywall, such that you will need to be a subscriber in order to be able to read the letter; the text of the letter may be found here).

Music Education Hubs or schools wishing to benefit from our expertise should contact us using the form below.

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  1. Pingback: Why Music? The Many Benefits of a Musical Education -- Nathan S. Gibson

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