Music Education: It's a Win-Win-Win
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Music Education: It's a Win-Win-Win

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Music education is a win-win-win: for students, teachers, and system. If you believe that all students deserve to have access and opportunity to active music-making in his or her scholastic environment, then watch this short animated video to hear more about the many benefits of music education.

Presentation References

Music for All thanks to Dr. Jeremy L. Earnhart, Director of Fine Arts, Arlington I.S.D. Arlington, Texas for permission to use portions of his research and presentations.

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