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Thankful for Progress in Federal Appropriations

In the spirit of Thanksgiving, we are thankful that lawmakers have avoided a government shutdown by passing a continuing resolution to fund the federal government through December 20. Additionally, key…

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Higher Ed Legislation Moves through Congress

Higher Education Act Reauthorization Since its inception in 1965, the Higher Education Act (HEA) has authorized federal funding for post-secondary education primarily through financial assistance for students. Federal dollars are…

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November 2019 Call to Action

Please join NAfME and the Title IV-A Coalition on November 6, 2019, for a National Day of Action to advocate for full funding of the Student Support and Academic Enrichment…

Music In Our Schools Month® and State Advocacy

This year’s Music In Our Schools Month® (MIOSMTM) proved to be a very successful state advocacy initiative. Many Federated State Music Education Associations (MEAs), led by dedicated state leaders and passionate…

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Join Our Title IV-A Call to Action Today

Join Our Title IV-A Call to Action Today Please join the Title IV-A Coalition and NAfME today, April 10, 2019, for a National Day of Action to advocate for full funding of the…

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NAfME Endorses Sen. Tester’s GAAME Act of 2018

The National Association for Music Education (NAfME) is pleased to announce our endorsement of Senator Jon Tester’s (D-MT) Guarantee Access to Arts and Music Education (GAAME) Act (S. 3391), which…

Perkins Reauthorization Becomes Law

Congress Passes and President Trump Signs Career and Technical Education Bill The National Association for Music Education (NAfME) is thrilled to report the passage and long overdue reauthorization of the…