How Should We Measure Success In Music Education? By Duane Whitcomb

Today’s reflection comes from Duane Whitcomb, co-founder of FiddleQuest, an on-line violin curriculum for students and teachers that enhances ear-training for social and performance playing. Let’s check out his great perspective on measuring success in music education. Music education is a long haul. It usually takes many years for a student to learn to play an […]

Hall of Fame by the Kinderman

Mr. John Taylor a.k.a. The Kinderman, is a three Time Emmy Award winning host, and former co-producer of ABC, Channel 2’s It’s Kindertime, and The Kinderman Show. Master Artist-in-Education with Wolf Trap Institute for Early Learning Through the Arts, and known as the “Pied piper of dance,” he has conducted interactive performances and workshops, for […]

Frederick Douglass: American Hero

This post comes from member Jonathan Sprout. Earlier this month, President Trump said, “Frederick Douglass is an example of somebody who’s done an amazing job and is being recognized more and more.” Since he did not cite reasons for Mr. Douglass’ recognition, I’d like to share this information about the man Abraham Lincoln looked up […]