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Valuing Music in Education : A Charles Fowler Reader (Hardcover)
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Noted music education and arts activist Charles Fowler has inspired generations of music educators. In this reader, editor Craig Resta brings together the most important of Fowler's writings from the journal Musical America for new generations of readers. Here, Fowler speaks to timeless critical advocacy issues from creativity in the classroom, to funding, to reform, to gender and race in music education. The articles are both research-based and practical, and helpful for many of the most important concerns in school-based advocacy and scholarly inquiry today. Fowler's words speak to all who have a stake in music education: teachers, parents, administrators, performers, community members, business leaders, arts advocates, scholars, professors, and researchers alike. As such, the book offers useful advocacy tools Resta offers critical commentary with compelling background to these timeless pieces, placing them in a context that clarifies the benefit of their message to music and arts educatioValuing Music in Education is ideal for everyone who values music in education.
Number of Pages: 294
Publisher: Oxford Univ Pr on Demand
Street Date: October 5, 2016
Item Number (DPCI): 248-22-2291
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