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How to Advocate for Music Education (Even When You Have No Clue How to Do So) By NAfME member Tony Mazzocchi Article originally posted on The Music Parents’ Guide   Whether you realize it or not, if your child is starting music study through their school’s music program this year, you are now a potentially powerful advocate for music education. Since your child expressed an interest in singing or playing an instrument — and you said “yes” — you, and hundreds of thousands of other parents around the world, stated loud…



Media Contact:Lindsay SheldonGive a Note Foundation(703) 860-4000 ext.   Music Education Students Raise More Than $10,000 for Give a Note Foundation Tri-M Music Honor Society® Chapters and Collegiate NAfME Chapters Compete to Raise Money for Underserved Communities   February 9, 2017 (Reston, VA)—Last October-December, Give a Note Foundation hosted a #MusicEdMatters giving campaign, and 18 Tri-M® and four NAfME Collegiate chapters competed to raise the most funds. Altogether, these 21 student chapters raised more than $10,000 for Give a Note, an affiliate of the National Association…

This afternoon, the Senate confirmed Betsy DeVos as the next U.S. Secretary of Education. Her appointment was approved through a 51-50 vote, with the tiebreaker cast by the President of the Senate, Vice President Mike Pence.   All-Night “Debateathon” In a final attempt to derail the confirmation of Betsy DeVos, Senate Democrats spent all night debating on the Senate floor. Through the debateathon, the Senate was in session since noon on Monday, giving a grand total of 24 hours of being in-session. Throughout the night, Democrats shared three major concerns regarding Mrs. DeVos’…

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