Dr. Sarah Gulish is a researcher, author, music educator, and the founder of the digital publishing company, F-flat Books. I was thrilled to have a conversation with Dr. Gulish on the role of data in our music programs.
In this conversation, we discuss what data are, how they can be used to tell our stories, how curricula and programs can be shifted to highlight student experiences, and how to begin advocacy conversations with administration.
Dr. Gulish’s research experience, her educational philosophy, and her wealth of knowledge on programmatic planning make her an invaluable resource for music teachers wondering what’s next for music education.
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