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Music Admin Pro : Music Management Software
http://www.ssomsoftware.com/
Music Admin Pro : Music Management Software
If you are tired of being inundated with administrative duties and feeling disorganised and overwhelmed by all the tasks that need to be done in running a music department, there is now finally, a real software solution for your problems called Music Admin Pro.
Having worked as the Director of Music at a large private secondary school with a staff of 45 instrumental music teachers, I am very aware of the problems you face. After exhaustive searching for Music Administration software I found that only a handful of programs existed.
Having degrees in Engineering and Music, and a strong background in software programming, I decided to write a program that handled all administrative aspects of running a Music department. Both the PC and Macintosh versions are available and both are currently in use by a variety of educational institutions like schools, colleges, universities, conservatoriums and private music schools. A number of universities make the use of Music Admin Pro a compulsory component for their music teaching degrees.
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School Music Policy Archives UK
http://www.schoolpolicy.co.uk/
School Music Policy Archives UK
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ASME Standards for Australian Music Educators
http://www.asme.edu.au
ASME Standards for Australian Music Educators - draft for consultation
http://www.asme.edu.au/standards_consult_June04.pdf
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The Educational Recording Agency Licensing Scheme
http://www.era.org.uk/
The Educational Recording Agency Licensing Scheme (UK)
The Educational Recording Agency licenses educational establishments in the UK to record off-air broadcast and cable programmes from television and radio, for educational use. Full text of the current ERA Scheme is available for downloading. ( copyright issues and licensing )
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A Parent's Guide to Music Lessons
http://cnx.org/content/m11640/latest/
A Parent's Guide to Music Lessons
A child's introduction to music, just like his introduction reading, should not wait for formal classes to start. Just as you read to your very young children, you should sing to them (whether you consider yourself a decent singer or not), dance with them, teach them singing games like "Ring Around the Rosy", and share with them the music that you like.
When Should Children Start Music Lessons? | Does My Child Have Enough Talent for This? | What Instrument is Right for My Child? | Finding a Teacher | Finding an Instrument | What You Should Do Once Lessons Have Begun |
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USA State Standards for Music
http://www.statestandards.com/
USA State Standards for Music
State educational standards coupled to lesson plans and resources.
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