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David Potter – Arts Education Policy Review, 2024
While high-stakes testing has influenced music teacher evaluation, evidence of music teacher agency influencing the policy process has been scarce. One notable exception is the Tennessee Fine Arts Portfolio Model (TNFAPM), designed by music teachers in Tennessee as an alternative to music teacher evaluations that have been based, at least in part,…
Descriptors: Music Teachers, Teacher Evaluation, Portfolios (Background Materials), Music Education
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Bo-Wah Leung – Arts Education Policy Review, 2024
Transmitting traditional music for sustainability has been a common theme in global music education. Recently, the school systems of Hong Kong and Guangdong have been encouraged by governmental authorities to teach Cantonese opera aiming at enhancing the sustainability of the genre and promote a Chinese cultural identity within students. This…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Music Education, Music Teachers, Elementary School Teachers
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Alan Gazzano – Arts Education Policy Review, 2024
This study examines the underpinnings of Japan's "programming education" in elementary school music, officially implemented nationwide in 2020. Through that reform, which has introduced "programming thinking" (a local version of computational thinking) in all areas of compulsory education, the country follows the international…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Computer Science Education, Programming, Music Education
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Anthony Anderson – Arts Education Policy Review, 2024
Classroom music teachers in England design their own music curricula for Key Stage 3 (11 - 14 year olds, 6th - 8th Grades). These curricula are designed in a context where policymakers define, regulate and legitimate curriculum formulations. This study traced curriculum development in England, where government has validated a policy driven…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Music Teachers, Grade 6, Grade 7
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F. Javier Perales; José Luis Aróstegui – Arts Education Policy Review, 2024
The integration of the arts and humanities into the core of curriculum along with the sciences and technological disciplines is an emerging issue in educational research. This article seeks to contribute to this research and curricular approach, for which we analyze the emergence of the STEAM movement, its implementation in class, and its social,…
Descriptors: STEM Education, Art Education, Integrated Curriculum, Competence
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José Enrique Llamazares de Prado – Arts Education Policy Review, 2024
The article presents a systematic review of studies on the construction of current policy on labor inclusion, highlighting the role of the arts in the international landscape. The aim of this article is to analyze studies that address inclusive labor policies, highlighting the arts as a labor sector in the international context. A systematic…
Descriptors: Global Approach, Art, Work Environment, Inclusion
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Michelle Stewart – Arts Education Policy Review, 2024
This paper addresses the current debates, anxieties, and perceptions around the idea of scholarly artistic research within doctoral studies, internationally and in South Africa. A common point of contention, both in South Africa and in the international arena, is the reluctance within institutional structures and external bodies to accept…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Art, Doctoral Programs, International Programs
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Kelly Bylica; Patrick Schmidt – Arts Education Policy Review, 2024
The past two decades have seen a growing de-professionalization of teaching. Combating this educational climate requires music teacher education programs to prioritize both critical pedagogical practices and policy knowhow in order to reestablish a focus on relational engagements and the navigation of the complex tensions lived daily in schools.…
Descriptors: Music Teachers, Music Education, Educational Policy, Preservice Teachers
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Shang Xiang; Tik-Sze Carrey Siu – Arts Education Policy Review, 2024
Jazz arrived in mainland China as early as the 1920s. It has since been a popular music genre among the middle and upper classes. Similar to that in the West, jazz education in China has been increasingly formalized, with a growing number of universities and academies offering jazz degree programs or courses. Despite a few studies on jazz and its…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Music Education, Music, Higher Education
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Tina Beveridge – Arts Education Policy Review, 2024
This article is a multiple case study of policy in Seattle, Washington and Portland, Oregon. Both cities have developed programs that utilize government funding to increase access to public school K-5 arts education. While each city used a different path for advocacy and policy change, there were common threads that could be used as a framework…
Descriptors: Public Schools, Elementary Schools, Music Education, Financial Support
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Rolando Angel-Alvarado; Isabel Quiroga-Fuentes; Bayron Gárate-González – Arts Education Policy Review, 2024
In OECD country members, education policies tend to cut back funding and instructional time for music education at schools, even when supranational agencies advocate for universal access to music involvement and learning. The current study aims to explore music education inequities from the Chilean school system. The method is centered on…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Music Education, Equal Education, Latin Americans
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Chung-yim Lau; Cheung-on Tam – Arts Education Policy Review, 2024
The meanings and value of the arts and their impact on students' learning have long been main areas of focus in arts education research. In Hong Kong, there are only a few studies discussing the impact of performing arts education on students' learning, which leaves a gap in the overall understanding of performing arts education. This article…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Theater Arts, Art Education, Outcomes of Education
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Eduardo Sanchez-Escribano; Felipe Gertrudix; Alfredo Bautista – Arts Education Policy Review, 2024
While Instrumental Music Education (IME) is offered to students in most developed countries, its rationale and implementation differ significantly due to the sociocultural values and expectations of each society, which tend to remain implicit within educational policies. In this article, we argue that each society should be fully aware of the…
Descriptors: Models, Music Education, Musical Instruments, Educational Policy
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Edel Fahy; Ailbhe Kenny – Arts Education Policy Review, 2024
Arts partnerships involving teachers, artists and arts organizations continue to be popular as a means of delivering arts education. Acting as an intermediary between schools and artists, arts brokers can be crucial to the successful implementation of these partnerships. Characterized as individuals who can act as channels for innovative practice,…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Art Education, Elementary Schools, Elementary School Teachers
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Alfredo Bautista; Jerry Yeung; Morgan Lisa Mclaren; Beatriz Ilari – Arts Education Policy Review, 2024
This position paper aims to raise awareness among educational policymakers, teacher educators, and school leaders around the world about the urgent need to better prepare Early Childhood Education (ECE) teachers in music education. Most countries fail to sufficiently train teachers to meet the music-related expectations of contemporary ECE…
Descriptors: Music Education, Early Childhood Teachers, Teacher Competencies, Teacher Responsibility
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