The music education industry has been in uproar since the Government’s Office for Students (OfS) announced a consultation on plans to cut subsidies for all arts and cultural Higher Education (HE) courses by half
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Bradford teachers have reported that a number of the free laptops supplied by government contractors, for children without home internet access, contain the self-propagating network worm, Gamarue.I
The UK Department for Education (DfE) has restored laptop allocations for Covid-isolated students following an outcry from teachers
'Schools will remain closed, except for children of critical workers and vulnerable children, until the scientific advice indicates it is the right time to re-open and the five tests set out by Government to beat this virus have been met.'
Hannah Fouracre, Director of Music Education at Arts Council England, reflects on the challenges and opportunities facing music education in England and what she'd like to see in the Department for Education's refreshed National Plan.
Music should be taught to all children in the same way that every other National Curriculum subject is taught – by qualified teachers, argues Jonathan Savage as he completes a submission to the Department for Education's Call for Evidence…
The Department for Education's current Call for Evidence, announced on 9 February 2020, inviting proposals for the 2020 edition of the National Plan for Music Education, highlights the importance and potential of technology to support…
In preparation for the launch of a new edition of the National Plan for Music Education (NPME) in autumn 2020, the Department for Education (DfE) has announced a Call for Evidence, inviting views from musicians, specialist teachers, young…
The Department for Education (DfE) is seeking views on music education, to inform the DfE's proposals for the refresh of the National Plan for Music Education.
The Department of Education (DfE) has announced £79m of funding for music education hubs across England for the 2020-21 financial year. This total reflects an increase of about 5% compared to 2019/20.