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MMEA is planning an in-person All State Conference for March 1 and 2, 2022! It is not the usual format, but it is going to happen! As of 11/24/21, details are still being put together, so you need to continue to check this site often and also expect to receive updates in the MMEA eblasts.

Proposals for workshops are being accepted through 12/31/2021 (at http://massmea.org/survey), so please submit one if you are interested in sharing your expertise with your colleagues!

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Through social media posts, MMEA became aware of the concerning situation regarding the Connecticut Music Educators Association 2021 All-State Choir Project. We are happy to see that the CMEA Executive Board has released the video in its original format and applaud their efforts towards greater transparency and their dedication to learning from this experience.

We affirm that Black Lives Matter and those lives are deserving of dignity. Our affirmation is a message to our members, colleagues, and students from historically marginalized communities that our organization is a space

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August 11, 2021

The future of Arts Education in our public schools is at a critical point in time. We know that when arts education thrives and is alive throughout the Commonwealth, students, families and communities benefit. Arts classes provide students a safe space to express themselves creatively, allow them to make personal connections that last a lifetime, and help them grow in all five of the Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) competencies. Parents come together to celebrate student artists’ performances and gallery exhibitions.

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From the NAfME Policy Team:
"Under Education Secretary Miguel Cardona, the U.S. Department of Education is seeking best practices from educators teaching during the pandemic. These practices will be shared in a "Best Practices Clearinghouse" that focuses on ways to engage all students whether virtual, hybrid, or in-person. NAMM, NAfME, and NFHS recorded this webinar to walk music educators through the process of sharing their ideas and created a template to make it easy to submit best practices to the Department. NAfME encourages as many great ideas from music educators as

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Michael LaCava
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Needham, MA 02492