Recruitment and Retention

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Enriching Spanish-Speaking English Learners’ Experiences in the English Music Classroom

Enriching Spanish-Speaking English Learners’ Experiences in the English Music Classroom By NAfME Member Nabile Anahí Galván García This article was first published in the April 2024 issue of Journal of…

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A Seat at the Table: Guitar Education in Virginia

A Seat at the Table Guitar Education in Virginia [1] By Kevin Vigil, NAfME Council for Guitar Education Southern Division Representative  This article first appeared in the Guitar Foundation of…

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An Evolution in Education

An Evolution in Education Supporting Our Administrators May Be the Key Change Needed By NAfME Member Dr. Lori Schwartz Reichl “Everyone needs help from everyone.” — Beroitt Brecht In April…

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I Lost My Wind Ensemble . . . And Saved My Music Program

I Lost My Wind Ensemble . . . And Saved My Music Program By NAfME Member Christian Robinson Presenting I Lost My Wind Ensemble . . . And Saved My Music…

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Recruiting with a Twist

Recruiting with a Twist 5 Student-Centered Marketing Strategies to Grow Your Program  By NAfME Members Theresa Hoover and Angela Ammerman Whether you are worried about having enough numbers to maintain…

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Creating Meaningful Music Programs in Rural Settings

Creating Meaningful Music Programs in Rural Settings Ideas to Build and Strengthen Your Music Program By NAfME Members Chris Harper and DaShaun McGee  Chris Harper and DaShaun McGee presented on…

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Post-COVID: Considerations in Choosing a Summer Music Camp

Post-COVID: Considerations in Choosing a Summer Music Camp By NAfME Member Jenny L. Neff In 2019, I wrote a blog post entitled “Considerations in Choosing a Summer Music Camp.” While…

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