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Reports

This research report was commissioned by Music Mark, in partnership with London Music Education Hubs, written and prepared by Samantha Spence.

The third paper in Voices Foundation’s ongoing series of briefing reports is The Benefits of Music Activity for Disadvantaged Children. Participation in music activities can be extremely beneficial in terms of providing disadvantaged children with an accessible learning environment while also supporting their language and communication skills.

Take a look at our annual review for the academic year 2020/21 to find out how we have been supporting our members and the wider music education sector, and how we plan to continue to support, connect, and influence in future.

Recording and transcript of keynote speech from the award-winning composer, music historian and broadcaster Howard Goodall, given at our Autumn Term CPD Day in September 2021.

A review of research into factors that influence the quality of music education in schools in England.

A review of current literature exploring the connection between Art, Healing, and Public Health, by Heather L. Stuckey, DEd, and Jeremy Nobel, MD, MPH (2010)

A research report exploring workforce diversity and representation in London Music Education Hubs through the lens of racism. This research report was commissioned by Music Mark, in partnership with London Music Education Hubs, written and prepared by Samantha Spence.

A digitised copy of Reaching Out: Music Education with ‘hard to reach’ young people (2013)

Digitised PDF copies of NAME publications (National Association of Music Educators), available for Members of Music Mark.

Embedding inclusion in the strategy and delivery of music services is the annual findings and review of the Changing Tracks programme for 2019/20.

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