Here’s what’s missing in music education: Cultural and social relevance. See more national education news here

| July 23, 2019

By Valerie Strauss • The Washington Post

Lee Whitmore is executive director of the Grammy Music Education Coalition, a nonprofit collective dedicated to expanding music education in elementary and secondary schools.

A former music teacher who says he was trained in “the traditional American way,” Whitmore explains in this post what he thinks is missing from too many music education programs in U.S. schools: social and cultural relevance.

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