In many schools, music is an elective, or an afterthought. In classical education, music and all the arts are considered core curriculum, or essential aspects of human culture and flourishing that all children learn to enjoy and create. 295 more words
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Racism has no place in our school. We have a policy against that.
Some people are really reacting from the astral body.
Teaching mandatory eurythmy to the children is NOT teaching anthroposophy to the children, because they do not teach anthroposophy to the children, so stop saying that.88 more words
Earlier this month, I had the honor of assisting fellow PCV April with her summer camp. She arrived with Group 84—a year ahead of mine—and it was fascinating to watch her interact at her site, given the year she’s spent there. 1,111 more words
I’m thrilled to announce the e-publication of my “A Philosophy of Music Education”, a piece that I’ve been reflecting on and slowly crafting for the past seven or eight months. 54 more words
kickstART Your Weekend with Some Good Reads: Bike Share for Toddlers, LeBron James and the Importance of Place, and Community-Based Arts Education
Our Friday update here at kickstART farmington highlights some great articles we’ve read this week dealing with art, creative placemaking, and building great communities. You’re sure to find some inspiration to make your life and our community even better! 189 more words
Congratulations to Youth Poetry Slam Team for winning last week’s international competition!
Malachi Byrd and Thomas Hill, of Split This Rock, won first place. Regular listeners heard about Split This Rock recently, when hip hop poet and educator… 80 more words