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Course Title Hire Us to Fire Us: How We Are Keeping Music Programs Alive Presented by George Quinlan, Jr.
No one “wants” to cut music programs Music Advocacy is working Don’t let it die!
Consensus needed: This program is good for the kids and the school Get past the anger & finger-pointing Focus on the solutions, not the problems
Work together: Parents, Administration, Teachers, Music Retailer Don’t concentrate on “who gets the credit”
Agree that whatever temporary solution is found, the long-term goal is to reinstate the program “Hire Us, so you can Fire us” and reinstate the program to its original status
The Key: Find the Right Teacher! Has a vested interest in seeing the program reinstated alumni retired teachers young teachers
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