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Research supporting the teaching, learning & development of music education

Evidence of the impact of music education – all in one place. We collect, summarise and share the latest research and evidence, to make it easier for everyone who cares about music education to understand the benefits and advocate them.

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Qualitative action research project by Nottingham Trent University that explores the contribution of music intervention programmes for children in challenging circumstances, and specifically those working with a Youth Justice Intervention Team.

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Following a series of consultations involving its members over a 3 week period, Music Mark has produced this Consultation Paper to inform the Department of Education’s (DfE) Expert Panel for the development of a Model Music Curriculum.

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A report assesses the access which children and young people have to music education that will enable them to fulfill their individual musical potential.

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MusicNet East is a Youth Music Fund C research project, led by Hertfordshire Music Service, of Music Services.

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Ofsted

Ofsted’s expert knowledge from across their areas of inspection include examples of good practice, survey reports and professional development materials.

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Creative United’s business support programme for the arts, museums and libraries.

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Sound Connections has published a new research report looking at music provision and funding from 2015-2017, using data from the National Foundation for Youth Music, Arts Council England and the London Music Fund.

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Power Point presentations and write-ups by Music Mark Summer Summit 2018 contributors. Members can also access keynote speech from Arts Council Chief Executive, Darren Henley.

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Over 40 clips from a variety of real life group music activities, to demonstrate the key facets of musical potential as identified by primary and secondary class teachers, peripatetics, community musicians, music services and other arts organisations.

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