‘We need to get better at music education if we're going to help children and young people become the creative workforce of the future’.
In Trinity’s latest Talk Trinity blog post, our Academic Director Nick Beach explores the challenges and opportunities posed by Brexit, and considers the role of the music education sector in ensuring a thriving post-Brexit Britain.
Taken from a speech Nick made at The Westminster Media Forum’s seminar, 'Priorities for maintaining growth in the UK music industry post-Brexit - tech innovation, skills and international competitiveness', the article argues the need for better qualifications and better trained teachers if music education is going to contribute to developing a creative workforce of the future.
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