The NAfME Advocacy and Public Policy team provides music education advocates with the latest in politics, education public policy, resources, and information that you need to know regarding music education advocacy.
NAfME 2022 Virtual Hill Week
We are thrilled to invite you to take part in NAfME’s Virtual Hill Week from September 19-23, 2022, to kick off the 2022-2023 school year. Music educators, collegiate students, state music education associations, and NAfME leaders, as well as other music education advocates are encouraged to participate. Virtual Hill Week provides NAfME members and music education advocates an opportunity to connect with members of Congress and their staff. Registration has closed for this event.
Upcoming Live Webinars
- No upcoming webinars at this time.
Past and Archived Webinars
- Music Education Post-Election: Updates and Key Takeaways (Q4)
- Music Education Policy during COVID-19 (Q2)
- Music Education and Social Emotional Learning (Q1)
- Utilizing Title IV-A Stories and Updates to Support Your Music Program (Q4)
- New Resource for Music Educators: Local Advocacy Action Plan (Q3)
- Title IV: Budgets, States, Districts and You (Q1)
- Supporting Music Education Locally with Title IV (Q2)
- 2018 Back to School – Title IV (Q3)
- 2018 Midterm Elections (Q4)
- ESSA’s First Year in Action (Q2)
- 2017 Back to Congress (School) Webinar (Q3)
- ESSA at the Local Level (Q4)
- Everything ESSA (Q1)
- Title IV, OTLs, & You! (Q2)
- Federal Funding Facts! (Q3)
- 2017 Federal Landscape (Q4)
How do I register for a webinar?
It’s easy! Simply click the associated hyperlink to visit the registration page. Once you have filled out all the information for registration, you will receive an email confirmation.
How do I join the live webinar session?
All you need is a computer and access to high speed internet! After registering, at the time of the webinar, you will receive an automated email with a link to join the live session.
Are there professional development recognition opportunities?
Upon completion, all music educators can complete a short quiz after the webinar to receive recognition for professional development valued at one contact hour.
I can’t make it to the next webinar. Will there be a recording?
No problem! Our webinars are always recorded and can be accessed at a later time. For archival recordings, just visit this page and click on the associated webinar you wish you watch.
I have follow-up advocacy questions after attending a webinar, whom do I contact?
You can always contact the NAfME Advocacy and Public Policy team at email@example.com.