Join members of NAfME’s Small Schools Initiative Task Force, invited speakers, and fellow small school music educators from throughout the United States for an interactive town hall focused on examining, embracing, and influencing change in small school programs. Wednesday, January 17, 2024, 8:00–9:00 PM ET
The format of this event will include sharing practical ideas for strengthening your program, a breakout room discussion opportunity, and a panel discussion with researchers sharing their insights on trends, policies, opportunities, and practices impacting small schools. The presenters will share examples and key factors for building sustainable music programs in small schools and provide guidance on how music teachers can provide quality music education in small schools today and into the future.
Presenter Daniel Johnson, (second from left) is a professor at the University of North Carolina Wilmington, where he coordinates undergraduate and graduate studies in music education. He is also the lead facilitator of our Rural Educators PLC (the project funded by the CMA Foundation grant).
NAfME presents this live virtual event at no charge to all as a service to the music education profession. To register, you must enter your NAfME member information or create a nonmember account. After registering, check your email for instructions. A recording of this program will be available to all registrants for one week following the live event. Members can also view archived NAfME webinars in the NAfME Academy. The views expressed are those of the presenter; they do not necessarily reflect the views of NAfME.