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Copyright 1994 by Music Educators National Conference. No further reproduction without written permission of the publisher, MENC–The National Association for Music Education, 1806 Robert Fulton Drive, Reston, VA 20191. Recommendations of the Music Educators National Conference, April 1994. Developed under the direction of the MENC National Executive Board. Paul R. Lehman, Project Director PREFACE Throughout the debate on standards in education it has been widely acknowledged that there should be standards for schools as well as standards for students. In its 1992 report, Raising Standards for American Education, the National…
Copyright 1994 by Music Educators National Conference. No further reproduction without written permission of the publisher, MENC–The National Association for Music Education, 1806 Robert Fulton Drive, Reston, VA 20191. Recommendations of the Music Educators National Conference, April 1994. Developed under the direction of the MENC National Executive Board. Paul R. Lehman, Project Director PREFACE Throughout the debate on standards in education it has been widely acknowledged that there should be standards for schools as well as standards for students. In its 1992 report, Raising Standards for American Education, the National…
This page is archived. To view the current Opportunity to Learn Standards go here: https://nafme.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/11/Opportunity-to-Learn-Standards_May2015.pdf   Copyright 1994 by Music Educators National Conference. No further reproduction without written permission of the publisher, MENC–The National Association for Music Education, 1806 Robert Fulton Drive, Reston, VA 20191. Recommendations of the Music Educators National Conference, April 1994. Developed under the direction of the MENC National Executive Board. Paul R. Lehman, Project Director PREFACE Throughout the debate on standards in education it has been widely acknowledged that there should be standards for schools as well…
This page is out of date. To view the current Opportunity-To-Learn Standards, please go to https://nafme.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/11/Opportunity-to-Learn-Standards_May2015.pdf   Copyright 1994 by Music Educators National Conference. No further reproduction without written permission of the publisher, MENC–The National Association for Music Education, 1806 Robert Fulton Drive, Reston, VA 20191. Recommendations of the Music Educators National Conference, April 1994. Developed under the direction of the MENC National Executive Board. Paul R. Lehman, Project Director PREFACE Throughout the debate on standards in education it has been widely acknowledged that there should be standards for schools as…
All students deserve an opportunity to learn. The goal of the Opportunity to Learn (OTL) Standards is to provide the basis for students to have the most effective learning circumstances and settings at their schools. The OTL Standards specify the curriculum and scheduling, staffing, materials and equipment, and facilities that should be in place for the Standards to be realized. The OTL Standards provide vital rationale and support that music teachers and leaders need when advocating for their programs. To provide an example, the following is taken from the General…
What curriculum and scheduling, staffing, materials and equipment, and facilities are needed to support the music standards? Opportunity to Learn Standards (OTL) OTL Summary Sheet OTL Standards Checklist – General Music Checklist OTL Standards Checklist – Specialized Areas Including Ensembles Checklist OTL Standards Checklist – General K-12 Checklist Back to Overview of 2014 Music Standards.
Copyright © 1999MENC: The National Association for Music Education1806 Robert Fulton DriveReston, VA 20191All Rights ReservedPrinted in the United States of America Immediately following the release of the National Standards for Music Education in 1994, MENC–The National Association for Music Education released Opportunity-to-Learn Standards for Music Instruction as a guide to what schools should provide to help students achieve both the National Standards for Music Education in grades K-12 and the MENC prekindergarten music education standards. MENC recommends that states either adopt these opportunity-to-learn standards or use them as a…

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