On Tuesday, NAfME’s new advocacy brand, Broader Minded, was featured on NPR’s All Things Considered as part of a segment on music education.
The segment, titled Music Education for Creativity, Not a Tool for Test Scores, includes excerpts from an interview with Chris Woodside, Associate Executive Director for Advocacy and Public Affairs, in which he highlights the main points of the Broader Minded campaign.
Listen to the segment and let us know what you think.
Visit broaderminded.com to learn more!
Shannon Kelly, Director of Advocacy, February 19, 2014. © National Association for Music Education (NAfME.org)