Three Selected Readings from Jim Dowdy, OMEA Music Education Advocacy Chair

Can creativity be taught? Not directly, perhaps. But if such a curriculum exists, it would train one’s brain to regard unforeseen occurrences as potential springboards, rather than disturbing anomalies.  With this opening, this article makes a strong case for music education and teaching creativity.

A recently-published research article reports finding large benefits from a Head Start program that emphasizes the arts. The read the full article click HERE.

Here’s a third article written by a volunteer supporting music and arts education.

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