The NAMM Foundation is looking for the best communities for music education.
Are you living in one of the Best Communities for Music Education?
The NAMM Foundation is once again conducting a nationwide search to identify the Best Communities for Music Education, recognizing cities that exemplify a commitment to music education for all children.
As a music advocate, you’re encouraged to apply on behalf of your school district; the 2010 community survey
is available through March 12, 2010. The survey will again be conducted in collaboration with The Institute for Educational Research and Public Service of Lawrence, Kansas, an affiliate of the University of Kansas. Only one submission per district or school; complete directions are provided with the survey.
This annual program recognizes and celebrates support and commitment to music education programs for all children by communities and their school administrators, teachers, board members, parents, community leaders and students. To submit your school or district, please visit www.nammfoundation.org.
You may wish to also forward this message to a school administrator or other local educators who have the necessary data close at hand.
Visit the NAMM Foundation to learn more about the 2010 Best Communities for Music Education.
“This distinction led to increased funding for our music program and built greater recognition of the program within the community.”—Music Educator, Best Communities for Music Education School District