Music: Count Us In hosts a suite of resources. You may find the following useful:
The 2018 Press release and an Information sheet on how to get local media engaged with your school.
MCUI Poster 2018
This poster can be printed and has a customisable panel where you can add in your schools or local community’s Celebration Day event. Or there is full version you can print without the panel depending on what you need.
Music: Count Us In Engagement Flyer 2018
This flyer can be used help engage your electorate, school or community in the program.
Music Is Good – Music Australia Advocacy Resource
This fact sheet can be used to assist you in Music Education Advocacy. It presents the latest information about the benefits of music education, along with some facts about music in Australia.
2017 MCUI E Flyer (2018 e flyer is on its way)
A once page flyer on MCUI that can be used to share more information about the program, available as a A4 PDF and jPEG file
Report – The Status of Music Education in Australia & The Future Path
Music Australia as part of its advocacy work in Music Education has prepared a summary report with recommendations into the future path of Music Education.
Australian Music Education – Status and Priorities
Music Australia has issued a statement outlining the key priorities for music education. The statement places emphasis on the need for an increased commitment by the Australian Government so all Australian students can benefit from universal access to music in our schools.
The Music to Our Ears report presents the compelling case for more music in Australian schools based on the evidence proving the benefits of music education, the context in Australia where most students do not have an adequate music education at school (many students have none at all), the need for action, and case studies of artists and schools that demonstrate the value of music education in schools.
This project was a collaboration between Music: Count Us In and the Music in Communities Network. A Music Australia initiative. Published by Music Australia.
Encouraging collaborations between schools and communities makes sense doesn’t it? This booklet was designed to assist that task. It provides resources, case studies, ideas and information to support, teachers, educators, parents and communities. Using this booklet you can build rich engagement and connections with your school and community, tap into new ways of working, and strengthen school learning, community identity and public image.
A selection of case studies on Music education and successful music education advocacy projects from schools across Australia.