Telling the Story: What Administrators Can Do

Telling the Story: What Administrators Can Do

Your administrative team—principal and superintendent—allocate time and resources for instruction. Their support is critical to developing a climate in which your arts program can grow. Administrators need your help in making the music program successful. It is the job of the music educator to provide administrators with everything they need to know to be an advocate for the program. Arts educators must therefore equip administrators with this type of information. This will allow your supervisors to speak knowledgeably about the inherent value of students participating in your arts program. Learn more about how to work with your administrators.

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Republished with permission of the Music Achievement Council. For more tips on keeping music strong in your schools, visit the site devoted to all things music advocacy: