The Housewright Symposium on the Future of Music Education
In a report of the 1999 Housewright Symposium led by past MENC President June Hinckley, today’s outstanding music educators present a vision that will guide the future of music education through the next twenty years.
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- MENC: from Tanglewood To The Present – Michael L. Mark
- Why Do Humans Value Music? – Bennett Reimer
- Why Study Music? – J. Terry Gates
- How Can The Skills Called For In The National Standards Best Be Taught? – Paul Lehman
- How Can All People Continue To Be Involved In Meaningful Music Participation? – Judith A. Jellison
- How Will Societal And Technological Changes Affect The Teaching Of Music? – Carlesta Elliott Spearman
- What Should Be The Relationship Between Schools And Other Sources Of Music Learning? – Cornelia Yarbrough
- The Housewright Declaration