DeVos’ Title IX proposal another big HEA hurdle
It was already unlikely that Congress would reauthorize the Higher Education Act in 2019, and now it may well be impossible — thanks to the Trump administration’s sweeping rewrite of the rules for how schools handle sexual harassment and assault allegations.
Farm bill to boost historically black colleges, universities
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The call for proposals for the 2019 Symposium on Music Teacher Education is now available. Please download it here or use the Symposia navigation at the top of the page. Information about the Symposium will be updated periodically at http://smte.us/conferences-symposia/2019-symposium-general-information/. … Continue Reading
SMTE is saddened to mark the passing of past chair, Susan Conkling. Susan was chair from 2014-2016 and was previously Eastern Division representative and also CMS liaison to the SMTE board. Susan was a part of the initial meeting where the first SMTE symposium was conceived.
Many know Susan as a steadfast mentor, a connector of people and an endless font of both knowledge and wisdom. She … Continue Reading
Title IV Success Story
ALF Member James Daugherty and Davidson County Schools were featured in a local news publication highlighting the district’s use of Title IV-A funds to support music and arts education. Thearticle is included in this email at the top of the “State News” section - be sure to check it out!
Title IV Toolkit has been updated and expanded for you!
With great input … Continue Reading