School music report reveals cuts, inequality and demoralised teachers

This article by Fiona Millar originally appeared in The Guardian

(Australia) Eight years after ministers published a national plan for music with the aim of ensuring every child had the opportunity to learn a musical instrument, and the establishment of government-funded music hubs – partnerships between schools and arts organisations in their areas – confidence in the government’s handling of music education appears to have collapsed in many places.

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