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Recommendation 5:

In order to improve the provision and quality of music education in Victorian schools: Current support for professional learning and networking opportunities for teachers of music be continued and expanded.

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Recommendation 4:

In order to improve the provision and quality of music education in Victorian schools: Current arrangements for funding instrumental music provision be at least maintained, and preferably extended to ensure more equitable access.

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Recommendation 3:

In order to improve the provision and quality of music education in Victorian schools: DEECD establish and support a Music Education Advisory Group, comprising invited experts, to oversee the provision and quality of music education in Victorian schools and to advise government of strategies to improve these.

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Recommendation 2:

In order to improve the provision and quality of music education in Victorian schools: Provision and organisation of instrumental music tuition be centrally coordinated by DEECD, including appointment of central State and Regional Managers, to ensure greater quality, efficiency and accountability.

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Recommendation 1

In order to improve the provision and quality of music education in Victorian schools:  The Victorian government, in conjunction with education authorities and specialist music professionals, ensures that every student in a Victorian school has access to high quality classroom, vocal and instrumental music education.

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The School Music Action Group (sMAG) makes the following recommendations in order to improve the provision and quality of music education in Victorian schools:

1. That the Victorian government, in conjunction with education authorities and specialist music professionals, ensures that every student in a Victorian school has access to high quality classroom, vocal and instrumental music education. 2. That provision and organisation of instrumental music tuition be centrally coordinated by DEECD, including appointment of central State and Regional Managers, [...]

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